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2d Session J 



COMMITTEE PUBLICATIONS 

and 

POLICIES GOVERNING THEIR 
DISTRIBUTION 



JOINT ECONOMIC COMMITTEE 
CONGRESS OF THE UNITED STATES 

80TH TO 94TH CONGRESSES 
1947-1976 










FEBRUARY 24, 1976 






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U.S. GOVERNMENT PRINTING OFFICE 
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JOINT ECONOMIC COMMITTEE 

. pursuant to ■ Public Law 304, 79th Cong.) 

HUBERT II. HUMPHREY, Minnesota, Chairman 
WRIGHT PATMAN, I • Chairman 

SENATE HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVE! 

JOHN SPA REMAN, Alabama RICHARD BOLLINO, Missouri 

WILLIAM PROXMI RE, Wisconsin HENRYS. Rl isin 

ABRAHAM RIBICOFF, Connecticut WILLIAM B. MOORHEAD, Pennsylvania 

LLOYD M. BENTSEN, Jr., LEE II. HAMILTON, Indiana 

EDWARD M. KENNEDY. Massachusetts GILLIS w. LONG. Louisiana 

JACOB K. JAVITS, New York CLARENCE J. BROWN, Ohio 

CHARLES II. PERCY, Illinois ■ .- A RRY BROWN, Michigan 

ROBERT TAFT. Jr., Ohio MARGARET M. HE< KLER, Massachusetts 

PAUL J. FANNIN, Arizona JOHN II. ROUSSELOT, California 
John R. Stark, Executive Director 

Senior Staff Economists 
Jkrrv J. Ja>ino\vski John R. Karlik 

Loughlin F. McHtjgh Courtenay M. Slater 

Richard F. Kaufman, Ctneral C 

Economists 

Wlllhm R. Bue:hnkr William A. Cox Lucy A. Falcone 

Robert D. Hamrin Sarah Jackson L. Douglas Lee 

Ralph L. Schlos^tein George R. Tyler Larry Yuspeh 

Minority 
George D. Krumbhaar, Jr. (Counsel) M. Catherine Miller 

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POLICIES GOVERNING DISTRIBUTION OF PUBLICATIONS OF THE 
JOINT ECONOMIC COMMITTEE 

The Joint Economic Committee provides economic facts and analysi s to keep 

Congress abreast of developing trend- and pro-peel-. It advises Congress 
the appropriate mix of public and private policies most likely to achieve the 
Nation's economic objectives as set forth in the Employment Act of 1946. It 
does not consider, draft, or report actual legislation. 

The committee makes its services available principally through publications 
including reports, hearings, and collections of professional materials. It also 
publishes each month up-to-date data in Economic Indicators, which is prepared 
for the committee by the Council of Economic Advisers. 

These publications make available information about the performance of the 
economy and various viewpoints on major economic issues which go not only to 
Congress but also to the executive branch and the general public. In this way, 
the committee makes significant contributions to economic education. 

Because fulfilling the purpose of the committee depends heavily on communicat- 
ing the results of its work to the Congress, the executive branch, and the public, 
the committee over a period of years has developed publication policies which are 
laid down in the rules that follow below. The objectives of these policies are — 

(1) To provide Congress with the best and most accurate economic infor- 
mation possible; 

(2) To improve coordination of public and private economic policies so as 
to promote achievement of the objectives of the Employment Act of 1946; 

(3) To promote increased economic understanding throughout this country 
and abroad; 

(4) To insure availability of committee materials in published form at 
basic reference sources, such as libraries, for permanent research use; and 

(5) To accomplish these aims at the lowest possible overall cost to the 
taxpayers. 

With these aims in view, the publications will be distributed according to the 
following rules: 

Rule 1. — A mailing list shall be maintained, restricted to individuals and orga- 
nizations with a continuing interest in public economic policies. This list shall be 
separated into priority classes as follows: 

A. First priority: Congressional offices, working press, senior Government 
officials, and former members and staff officials of the Joint Economic 
Committee. 

B. Second priority: Government agencies, nonprofit libraries, university 
professors, and teachers. 

C. Third priority: Research organizations and research workers. 

D. Fourth priority: Other individuals and organizations. 

Rule 2. — Students (up through graduate level in universities) shall be excluded 
from the mailing list. It is the committee's policy to insure that student- have 
access to committee publications through stocking of reference shelves in the 
libraries of schools and colleges. 

Rule 3. — The executive director may place officials of foreign governments and 
foreign institutions on the mailing list when this is of mutual benefit, and they 
can be serviced within budgetary limits. 

Rule 4- — The mailing list shall be kept current and in line with committee ob- 
jectives by appropriate measures. 

Rule 5. — Before public distribution of any publication in accordance with these 
rules, a copy shall be sent to those individuals and organizations who have directly 
contributed submissions for the record either a- witnesses or as author-. 

Rule 6. — The mailing list provided under rule 1 above shall be used as a basis 
for mailing the following: 

(a) The committee's annual list of publication- ; 



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Publications whose size allows the committee, within its regular print- 
in- allotment, to receive adequate copies to cover the entire mailing list ; and 
N itii es of the availability of other reports and hearings. 

Rule r. -All other publications except Economic Indicators which i< covered 
under rule lo below) shall be distributed to those Listed in rule LA on the mailing 
List. If any supply remain-, the other classes shall be notified and requests filled 
on a first-come, first-served basis. 

Ruh 8. When for any reason the committee's supply does not permit b< rving 
all who requesl a publication. Borne form of notification shall be .sent to all who 
cannot be accommodated with copies, indicating the availability and price of the 
publication ai the Superintendent of Documents, U.S. Government Printing 
Office. 

Rule 9. — Requests for publications shall be submitted in writing accompanied 
with a return addre.-sod gummed mailing label; and telephone requests shall lie 
accepted. 

Rule 10. — Economic Indicators is provided for by Public Law 120, Mm Con- 
gress, which allows the committee 700 copies each month. These copies are used 
solely for supplying members of the working press, the Council of Economic Ad- 
visers, ex-members of the Joint Economic Committee, and former committee stall 
to the extent that this is possible. The only exception to this rule will be single 
copies which may be mailed out on a one-time-only basis to individuals to provide 
sample copi< - with instructions as to how they may subscribe for the publication 
from the Superintendent of Documents. 

/!.— Whenever operation of these rules results in an unforeseen frustration 
of the committee's objectives set forth in the introduction to these rules, the 
executive director is authorized to make a temporary exception, which shall be 
promptly reported to the chairman, for review and possible proposal of amend- 
ment to the-; 1 rules. 

Rule 1 2.— This policy statement shall be printed and distributed to the Mem- 
bers of th( ( ongress and to the general public so that the committee's policies 
are known. 



Note.— For availability of publications, see p. 3. 



NOTICE OF AVAILABILITY OF PUBLICATIONS 

Single copies of publications, denoted by a dagger (t), are available without 
charge from the Joint Economic Committee, room G-133, Dirksen Senate Office 
Building, Washington, D.C. 20510, OX WRITTEN REQUEST.* The numbers in 
brackets preceding each publication should be used only when ordering single 
copies from the committee. 

Publications followed by a Superintendent of Documents catalog number and 
price are available in quantity from the Superintendent of Documents, Govern- 
ment Printing Office, Washington, D.C. 20402 (Telephone: Area Code 202— 
275-3345). A check, a money order, or Superintendent of Documents coupons 
for the full amount must accompany your order. Several weeks should be al- 
lowed for delivery, but telephone orders made by those having money on 
deposit with the Superintendent of Documents are usually processed within 
a few days. 

Publications without a dagger (t) are unavailable from the committee, and 
those without a price are out of print at the Government Printing Office. 

Publications printed before 1970 are out of print and unavailable from the 
committee. 

All publications are committee prints unless otherwise indicated. 



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EIGHTIETH CONGRESS, 1947 AND 1948 

[1] !>■ i i a National Policy on Employment, Production, and Purr! 

. Report, January 31, 1947. 3 p. (S. Rept. 11.) 
[2] ( ent P .fulfills and th( Problem of Economic Stabilizati 

26, July 2, 8, 9, 10, 14, 15, 16, and 17. L947. 
[3] J ption. Staff study, December i">, 1947. 

71 p. (S. Doc. L13. 
[4] A I as Recommended in the President' s Message of Novem- 

. H . November 21, 24, 25, 26, 28, December 2, 3, 4, 

5, 9, and 10, L947. 643 p. 
[5] '. lenVs Program T<> Deal With the Problems of Inflation. Interim 

report, December 19, 1947. •"» p. (S. Kept. 809.) 
[0] .1 of drain for Production of Ethyl Alcohol. Hearii the 

jommittee on Grain Allocations, February ."> and 6, 1948. 138 p. 
[7] Allocation and Inventory Control of drain, for the Production of Ethyl Alcohol. 

R( port, February 11, 1948. 3 p. (S. Kept. 888.) 
[8] Increases in Steel Prices. Hearings, March 2, 1948. 82 p. 
[9] Credit Policies. Hearings, April 13, 16, May 12, 13, and 27, 1948. 152 p. 
[10] Joint Economic Pi port on the January 1948 Economic Report of Ike President. 

May 18, 1948. 0'.* p. (S. Kept. 1358.) 
[11] High Prices of Consumer Goods. Report, June 9, 1948. 110 p. (S. Kept. 1565.) 
3ed on unpublished hearings held in 20 cities, September and 
October 1947. ) Pursuant to S. Con. lies. 19. 
[12] Statistical Gaps. Staff study on current gaps in our statistical knowledge, 

July 1948. 11 p. 
[13] Corporatt Profits. Hearings before the Subcommittee on Profits, December 

:. 8, 9, 10, 15, 16, 17, 20, and 21. 1948, 083 p. 
[14] Profits. Report of the Subcommittee on Profits, January 1949. 227 p. 
[15] 77k Consumers' Price Index. Staff memorandum on the Consumer-' Price 
Index of the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistic-, January 1949. 20 p. 



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EIGHTY-FIRST CONGRESS, 1949 AND 1950 

[10] January 1949 Economic Report of the President. Hearings, February 8, 9, 10, 

LI, 14, 15, L6, 17 and 18, L949. 684 p. 
[17] Joint Economic Report on the January 1949 Economic Report of the President, 

March 1, L949. 91 p. (S. Rept. 88.) 
[18] Minority Views J ary 1949 Ecomonic Report of the J' 

28, 1949. 22 p. S. Rept. 88, pt. II.) 
[19] The Impact of Federal Policies on the Econoi / of t) i Study pr< 

for the Council of Economic Advisers by the National Planning 

ciation, Committee of the South, July 1, L949, 92 p. 
[20] Employment and Unemployment. Initial report of the Subcommittee on 

employment , July >\ 1949, 45 p. 
[21] Monetary, Credit, and Fiscal Policies. Hearings before th< ; 

Monetary, Credit, and Fiscal Policies. September 23, November 10, 17, 

18, 22, 2:';, December 1, 2, 3, 5, and 7, 1949, 570 p. 
[22] A Compendium of Materials on Monetary, Credit, and Fiscal Policies. A 

collection of statements submitted to the Subcommittee on Monetary, 

Credit, and Fiscal Policies by Government officials, bankers, economists 

and others, November 7, 1949, 443 p. (S. Doc. 132.) 
[23] Monetary, Credit, and Fiscal Policies. Report of the Subcommittee on Mone- 
tary, Credit, and Fiscal Policies, January 23, 1950. 51 p. (S. Doc. 129.) 

Pursuant to S. Con. Res. 20. 
[24] Volume and Stability of Private Investment. Hearings before the Subcommittee 

on Investment, September 27, 28, 29, December 0, 7, 8, 9, 12, 13, 14, 

15, and 10, 1949. 718 p. (2 parts.) 
[25] Factors Affecting the Volume and Stability of Private Investment: Materials 

on the Investment Problem. Assembled by the Staff of the Subcommittee 

on Investment, September 15, 1950, 235 p. (S. Doc. 232.) 
[20] Volume and Stabilitu of Private Investment. Report of the Subcommittee on 

Investment, March 23, 1950. 32 p. (S. Doc. 149.) Pursuant to S. Con. 

Res. 26. 
[27] Selected Government Programs Which Aid the Unemployed and Low-Income 

Families. Staff study of the Subcommittee on Unemployment and the 

Subcommittee on Low-Income Families, November 9, 1949. 79 p. 
[28] Low-Income Families and Economic Stability. Materials on the problems of 

low-income families assembled by the staff of the Subcommittee on 

Low-Income Families, September 15, 1950. 138 p. (S. Doc. 231.) 
[29] Low-Income Families. Hearings before the Subcommittee on Low-Income 

Families, December 12, 13, 14, 15, 10, 17, 19, 20, 21, and 22, 1949. 002 p. 
[30] Low-Income Families and Economic Stability. Report of the Subcommittee 

on Low-Income Families, March 9, 1950. 30 p. (S. Doc. 140.) Pursuant 

to S. Con. Res. 20. 
[31] Highways and the Nation's Economy. Staff study, March 9, 1950. 7. p. 

(S. Doc. 145.) 
[32] Basic Data Relating to Steel Prices. Materials assembled by the Legislative 

Reference Service, Library of Congress, January 23, 1950. 43 p. 
[33] December 194-9 Steel Price Increases. Hearings, January 24, 25, 20, and 27, 

1950. 507 p. 
[34] December 1949 Steel Price Increases. Report, March 27, 1950. 00 p. (S. Rept. 

1373.) 
[35] January 1950 Economic Report of the President. Hearings, January 17, 18, 19, 

and 20, 1950. 297 p. 
[30] Joint Economic Report on the January 1050 Economic Report of the President. 

June 10, 1950. 121 p. (S. Rept. 1843.) 
[37] Employment and Unemployment. Report of the Subcommittee od Unem] 

ment, February 3, 1950. 132 p. (S. Doc. 140.) Pursuant to S. Con. 

Res. 20. See [20] and [27]. 
[38] Handbook of Reejional Statistics. Staff materials prepared for the Sub 

mittee on Unemployment, March 31, L950. 455 p. 



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EIGHTY-SECOND CONGRESS, 1951 AND 1952 

[39] Janua Report of the President. Hearings, January 22, 24. 

J".. 26, 29, 31, and February 2, L951. 530 p. 
[40] Joint Economic Report on the January 1961 Economic Report 

April 2, 1951. L21 p. (S. Kept. 210.) 

[41] General Credit Control, D<l>t Management, and Economic M 

Staff study, January 24, 1951. 98 p. 
[42] Underemployment of Rural Families. Staff study, February 2, 1951. 74 p. 
[43] 1 leal Hazards of an Infiationar nomy. 

Staff study, February 23, 1951. 96 p. 
[44] The Need for Industrial Dispersal Staff studv, August 9, 1951. 56 p - 

55.) ' 
[4."»] Making E '. Meet on Less than $2,000 a Year: Case Stud ■ i, to- 

rn Families. Study by the Conference Group en Low-Income 
tnilies, March 27, 1952. 14:; ,,. s. Doc. l 12.) 
[46] Prevalana ling of Merchandise Marketed Undt Main- 

lend' ■ > ' ' . Ma i 28 through J 1951. Study prepared by 

Dun and Bradstreet for the Joint Economic Committee and the 

Senate Select Committee on Small Business, July 18, 1951. 7 p. 
[47] National D mic Outlook. Staff studv, August 7, 1951. 

41 p. < Revision of [43].) 
[4s] Inflation Still a Danger. Report. August 15, 1951. 49 p. (S. Rept. 644.) 

Includes [47]. 
[49] January I mic Report of the President. Hearings, January 23. 24, 

25, 26, 2s. 30, 31, and February 1. 1952. 487 p. 
[50] Joint Economic Report on the January 1952 Economic Report of tht President. 

March 12. L952. i - Rept. 12! 

[51] The Taiatio,, of Corporati Surplus. Accumulations. The Application 
t, Real and Feared, of Section 102 of the Tnteri a 
ng With Unreasonable Accumulation of Corporati Study 

prepared by James K. Hall. January 1952. 200 p. 
[52] Constitutional Limitation on Federal Income, Estate, art! Gift Tax Rates. 

Material assembled for the Joint Economic Committee and the House 

Select Committee on Small Business 1a- the <tafi%, February 22, 1952. 

is p. 
[53] Questions on General Credit Control and Debt Management. Prepared by the 

staff of th fmittee on General Credit Control and Debt Manage 

ment, October 12. 1951. 34 p. 
[54] Monetary Policy <■ < ■ M ■ • ■ nt of the Public Debt: Their Role in 

ing Price Stability and !i i Replies to 

questions and other material-- for the use of the Subcommitti 

General Credit Controland Debt Management, April 2:',. 1952. 1320 p. 
3. Doe. L23, pt. 1 and 2.) 
[55] Monetary Policy anil the Management of the Public Debt. Hearings before 

the Subcommittee on General Credit Control and Debt Manages 

March 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 17, is, 19. 20. 21. 24. 25, 20. 27, 2s, and 31, 

1952. 993 p. 
[56] Monetary Policy and the Management of the Public Debt. Report of the 

Subcommittee on General Credit Control and Debt Management, 

July 3, 1952. 80 p. (S. Doc. 103.) 
[57] Federal Tax Changes and Estimated Rem es Under Present Law. 

Staff study, November 7, 1952. 8 p. 
[58] Sustaining Economic Forces Ahead. Staff study, December 4, 1952. 70 p. 
[59] Pensions in the ( nited States. Study prepared by the National Planning 

Association, December 16, 1952. 106 p. 
[60] Index of Joint Economic Committee Publications: January 19^7 through 

December 1952. January 2. 1953. 242 p. 



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EIGHTY-THIRD CONGRESS, 1953 AND 1954 

[61] Historical and Descriptive Supplement to Economic Indicators. Prepared by 
the staff and the Office of Statistical Standards, Bureau of the Budg- 
et, December 1953. 63 p. 

[621 January 1954 Economic Report of the President. Hearings, February 1, 2, 3, 
4, 5, 8, 9, 10, 11, 15, 16, 17, and 18, 1954. 899 p. 

[63] Joint Economic Report on the 1954 Economic Report of the President. Febru- 
ary 26, 1954. Ill p. (II. Kept. 1256.) 

[64] Economic Statistics. Hearings before the Subcommittee on Economic 
Statistics, July 12, and 13, 1954. 363 p. 

[65] Economic Statistics. Report of the Subcommittee on Economic Statistics, 
August 5, 1954. 6 p. (II. Rept. 2628.) 

[66] Congressional Action on Major Economic Recommendations of the President, 
1954. Staff study, September 24, 1954. 15 p. 

[67] Potential Economic Growth of the United States During the Next Decade. 
Staff study, October 27, 1954. 35 p. See [148]. 

[68] United States Monetary Policy: Recent Thinking and Experience. Hearings 
before the Subcommittee on Economic Stabilization, December 6 and 
7, 1954. 331 p. 

[69] Trends in Economic Growth: A Comparison of the Western Powers and the 
Soviet Bloc. Studj^ prepared by the Legislative Reference Service, 
Library of Congress, January 3, 1955. 339 p. 



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EIGHTY-FOURTH CONGRESS, 1955 AND 1956 

Jaimani J omic lit port of the President. Hearings, January 24. 20, 

27.' 28, 31, February 1, 2, 3, 8, 0, 10. and 16, 1955. 1207 p. 

Joint Economic Report on the 1955 Economic Report of the President. March 14, 

1955. 10:5 p. (S. Rept. 60.) 
Reports of Federal Reserve Consultant Committees on Economic Statistics. 

Hearings before the Subcommittee on Economic Statistics, Julv 19, 20, 

October 4 and 5, 1955. 722 p. 
Employment and Unemployment Statistics. Hearings before the Subcommittee 

on Economic Statistics, November 7 and 8, lit")"). 107 p. 

Report on Economic Statistics. Report of the Subcommittee on Eco- 
nomic Statistics, January 5, 1956. 22 p. (S. Rept. 1309.) 
Automation and Technological Change. Hearings before the Subcommittee 

on Economic Stabilization, October 14, 15, 17, IS, 24, 25, 26, 27, and 

28, 1955. 044 p. 
Automation and Technological Change. Report of the Subcommittee on 

Economic Stabilization, January 5, L956. 14 p. (S. Rept. 1308.) 
Characteristics of the Low-Income Population and Related Federal Programs. 

Staff study of the Subcommittee on Low-Income Families, October 15. 

1955. 240 p. 

Low-Income Families. Hearings before the Subcommittee on Low-Income 
Families, November 18, 19, 21, 22. and 23. 1955. 757 p. 

.4 Program for the Low-Income Population at Substandard Levels of Living. 
Report uf the Subcommittee on Low-Income Families, January 5, 

1956. 14 p. (S. Rept. 1311.) 

Foreign Economic Policy. Hearings before the Subcommittee on Foreign 
Economic Policy, November 9, 10, 14, 15, 10. and 17, 1955. 620 p. 

Foreign Economic Policu. Report of the Subcommittee on Foreign Economic 
Policy, January 5, 1950. 33 p. (S. Rept. 1312.) 

Federal Tax Policy for Economic Growth and Stability. Papers submitted by 
panelists appearing before the Subcommittee on Tax Policy, 
November 9, 1955. 030 p. 

Federal Tax Policy for Economic Growth and Stability. Hearings before the 
Subcommittee on Tax Policy, December 5, 0, 7, 8, 9, 12, 13, 14, 15, and 
16, 1955. 70S p. . 

Federal Tax Policy for Economic Growth and Stability. Report of the Sub- 
committee on Tax Policy, January 5, 1956, 10 p. (S. Rept. 1310.) 

The Federal Revenue System: Facts and Problems. Staff study of the Sub- 
committee on Tax Policy, November 1. 1955. 201 p. 

1955 Historical and Descriptive Supplement to Economic Indicators. Prepared 
by the staff and the Office of Statistical Standard-, Bureau of the Budget, 
November 1. 1955. 70 p. 

January 1956 Economic Report of the President. Hearings, Januarv 31, 
February 1. 2, 3, 0, 7, 8, 9. 14, 15, 17. and 2s. 1950. 727 p. 

Joint Economic Report on the 1956 Economic Report <d' the President. March 1, 
1950. 116 j). (S. Rept. 16060 

Defens( Essentiality and Foreign Economic Policy (Caxe Study: The Watch 
Industry and Precision Skills). Hearings before the Subcommittee o]\ 
Foreign Economic Policy, June 4. 5. 0. and 7. 1950. 470 p. 

sentialUy and Foreifn Economic Policy Case Study: Watch Industry 
and Precision Skills. Report of the Subcommittee on Foreign Economic 
Policy, July is and 25, 1950. 39 p. (S. Rept. 2629, pt. 1 and 2.) 
ding Official Views on Monetary Policy: April 1956. Hearing before 
the Subcommittee on Economic Stabilization, June 12, 1950. 02 p. 



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[92] Monetary Policy: 1955-56. Hearings before the Subcommittee on Economic 

Stabilization, December 10 and 11, 1956. 162 p. 
[93] World Economic Growth and Competition. Hearings before the Subcommittee 

on Foreign Economic Policy, December 10, 12, and 13, L956. L75 p. 
[94] Instrumentation and Automation. Hearings before the Subcommittee on 

Economic Stabilization, December 12, 13, and 14, 1950. 202 p. 



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EIGHTY-FIFTH CONGRESS, 1957 AND 1958 

[95] J *7 Economic Report of (he President. Hearings, January 28, 29 

,31, February i, 4, 5, and 6, 1957. 792 p. 
[96] omic Report on the 1957 Economic Report of the President. February 

28. L957. 66 p. (H. Rept. 175.) 

[97] Fiscal Policy Implications of the Economic Outlook and Budget Developments 
Hearings before the Subcommittee on Fiscal Policy, June 3, 4, 5. 6 
7. 13. and 14, 1957. 348 p. 
[98] Fiscal Policy Implications of the Economic Outlook and Budget Developments 
Report of the Subcommittee on Fiscal Policy, June 26, 1957. 5 p 
II. Rept. 647.) 
[99] . Prices, and Incomes. Staff materials, June 21, 1957. 281 p. 

[100] Soviet Economic Growth: A Comparison With the United States. Study pre- 
pared for the Subcommittee on Foreign Economic Policy by the 
Legislative Reference Service, Library of Congress, July 5, 1957. 149 p. 

[101] . rical and Descriptive Supplc?ncnt to Economic Indicators, Prepared 

by the staff and the Office of Statistical Standards, Bureau of the 
Budget, September 10, 1957. 74 p. 

[102] The National Economic Accounts of the United Slates. Hearings before the 
Subcommittee on Economic Statistics, October 29 and 30, 1957. 302 p. 

[103] Automation and Recent Trends. Hearings before the Subcommittee on Eco- 
nomic Stabilization, November 14 and 15, 1957. 100 p. 

[104] Federal Expenditure Policy for Economic Growth and Stability. Papers sub- 
mitted bv panelists appearing before the Subcommittee on Fiscal 
Policy, November 5, 1957. 1203 p. 

[105] Federal Expenditure Policy for Economic Growth and Stability. Hearings 
before the Subcommittee on Fiscal Policv, November 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 
25, 26, and 27, 1957. 663 p. 

[106] Federal Expenditure Policies for Economic Growth and Stability. Report of 
the Subcommittee on Fiscal Policy, January 23, 195S. 15 p. 

[107] Policy for Commercial Agriculture: Its Relation to Economic Growth and 
Stability. Papers submitted by panelists appearing before the Sub- 
committee on Agricultural Policy, November 22, 1957. 864 p. 

[10S] P or Commercial, Agriculture: Its Relation to Economic Growth and 

Stability. Hearings before the Subcommittee on Agricultural Policv, 
December 16, 17, 18 19, and 20, 1957. 376 p. 

[109] Policy for Commercial Agriculture: Its Relation to Economic Growth and 
llity. Report of the Subcommittee on Agricultural Policv, February 
10, 195S. 26 p. 

[110] January 1058 Economic Report of the President. Hearings, January 27, 28, 

29, 30, February 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, and 10, 1958. 498 p. 

[1 11] Joint Economic Report on the 1958 Economic Report of the President. February 

27, 1958. 52 p. (II. Rept. 1409.) 
[112] I mal Economic Statistics. Memorandum prepared for the Subcom- 

mittee on Economic Statistics by the Office of Statistical Standards, 

Bureau of the Budget, January 31, 1958. 73 p. 
[113] Fiscal Policy Implications of the Current Economic Outlook. Hearings before 

the Subcommittee on Fiscal Policv, April 28, 29, 30, and May 1, 1958. 

222 p. 
[114] The Relationship of Prices to Economic Stability and Growth. Compendium of 

papers submitted by panelists, March 31, 1958. 712 p. 
[115] The Relationship of Prices to Economic Stability and Growth. Hearings, May 

12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 19, 20, 21, and 22, 1958. 427 p. 



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[116] The Relationship of Prices to Economic Stability and Growth. Commentaries 
submitted b}' economists from labor and industry, October 31, 1958. 
271 p. 

[117] The Relationship of Prices to Economic Stability and Growth. Hearings, De- 
cember 15, 16, 17, and 18, 1958. 432 p. 

[118] Frequency of Change in Wholesale Prices: A Study of Price Flexibility. Study 
prepared by the Bureau of Labor Statistics, December 22, 1958. 88 p. 

[119] Economic Policy Questionnaire. Tabulation of replies submitted to the Sub- 
committee on Economic Stabilization, December 31, 1958. 18 p. 

[120] Economic Policy in Western Europe. Staff study, January 2, 1959. 401 p. 



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EIGHTY-SIXTH CONGRESS, 1959 AND 1960 
Study of Employment, Growth, and Price Levels 
(Pursuant to Senate Concurrent Resolution 13) 

HEARINGS 

[121] Part 1. The American Economy: Problems and Prospects, March 20, 23, 24, 
and 25, 1959. 22s p. 

[122] Part 2. Historical and Comparative Rates of Production, Productivity, and 
Prices. April 7, 8, 9, and 10, 1959. 838 p. 

[123] Part 3. Historical and Comparative Rales of Labor Force, Employment and 
! i mployment. April 25, 27, and 28, 1959. 138 p. 

[124] Part 4. The Influence on Prices of Changes in the Effective Supply of Money, 
May 25, 26, 27, and 28, 1959. 283 p. 

[125] Part 5. International Influences on the American Economy. June 29, 30, Julv 
1 and 2, 1959. 199 p. 

[12G] Part 6A. The Government's Management of Its Monetary, Fiscal, and Debt 
Operations. July 24, 27, 28, and 29, 1959. 418 p. 

[127] Part 6B. The Government's Management of Its Monetory, Fiscal, and Debt 
Obligations. August 5, G, and 7, 1959. 214 p. 

[12S] Part GC. The Government's Management of Its Monetary, Fiscal, and Debt 
Obligations. Answers to questions on monetary policy and other matrials, 
November 1959. 258 p. 

[129] Part 7. The Effect of Monopolistic and Quasi-Monopolistic Practices Upon 
Prices, Profits, Production, and Employment. September 22, 23, 24, and 
25, 1959. 467 p. 

[130] Part 8. The Effect of Increases in Wages, Salaries, and the Prices of Personal 
ices, Together with Union and Professional Practices Upon Prices, 
Profits, Production, and Employment. September 28, 29, 30, October 1 
and 2, 1959. 312 p. 

[131] Part 9A. Constructive Suggestions for Reconciling and Simultaneously Obtain- 
ing the Three Objectives of Maximum Employment, an Adequate Rate of 
Growth, and Substantial Stability of the Price Level. October 2G, 27, 28, 
29, 30, 1959. 298 p. 

[132] Part 9B. Constructive Suggestions for Reconciling and Simultaneously Obtain- 
ing the Three Objectives of Maximum Employment, an Adequate Rale of 
Growth, and Substantial Stability of the Price Level. Materials submitted 
by 12 organizations at the invitation of the Committee, November 5, 
1959. 186 p. 

[133] Part 10. Additional Materials Submitted for the Record. January 5, 1960. 
247 p. 

REPORTS 

[134] Staff Report on Employment, Growth, and Price Levels. December 17, 1959. 

488 p. 
[135] Employment, Growth and Price Levels. Report, January 26, 1960. 156 p. 
S. K<-pt. 1043). 

STUDY PAPERS 

[136] No. 1. Recent Inflation in the United Stales, by Charles L. Schultze. Septem- 
ber 21, 1959. 137 p. 

[137] Nos. 2 and 3. Steel and the Postwar Inflation, by Otto Eckstein and Gary 
Fromm; An Analysis of the Inflation in Machinery Prices, by Thomas A. 
Wilson. November 6, 1959. si p. 

[138] Nos. 4 and 5. Analysis of the Rising Costs of Public Education, by Werner Z. 
Hirsch; Trends in the Supply and Demand of Medical Care, by Markley 
Robert-. November 10, 1959. 85 p. 



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[139] No. 6. The Extent and Nature of Frictional Unemployment, by the Bureau of 
Labor Statistic-. November 19, 1959. 69 p. 

[140] Nos. 7, 8, and 9. The Incidence of Inflation. Or Who Gets Hurt, by Seymour 
10. Harris; Protection Against Inflation, by II. S. Houthakker; lite Share 
of Wages and Salaries in Manufacturing Incomes, l9Jfi 56, by Alfred 
H.Conrad. November 26, 1959. L53p. 

[141] Nos. 10 and 11. Potential Publ ic Policies to Deal With Inflation Caused by 
Market Power, by Emmette S. Redford; A Brief Interpretivi Study of 
Wage-Price Problems in Europe, by Mark \\ . Leiserson. December 11, 
1959. 86 p. 

[142] Nos. 12 and 13. The Low Income Population and Economic Growth, by Robert 
L. Lampman; The Adequacy of Resources for Economic Growth in I lie 
United Stales, by Joseph L. Fisher and Edward Boorstein. J Veembcr 16, 
1959.71 p. 

[143] Nos. 14 and 1"). Liquidity and Financial Institutions in the Postwar Period, 
bj^ John Gurley; Profits, Profit Markups, and Productivity: An Examina- 
tion, of Corporate Behavior Since 194?, I> v Edwin Kuh. January 25, 1959. 
1 1 1 p. 

[144] No. 16. International Effects of U.S. Economic Policy, b}^ Edward M. Bern- 
stein. January 25, I960. 93 p. 

[145] No. 17. Prices anil Costs in Manufacturing Industries, by Charles L. Schultze 
and Joseph L. Tryon. January 2."), 1960. 58 p. 

[14G] No. 18. National Security and the American Economy in the 1960's, by Harry 
Rowen. January 30, 1960. 79 p. 

[147] No. 19. Debt Management in the United Stales, by Warren L. Smith. Jan- 
uary 28, 1960. 154 p. 

[14S] No. 20. The Potential Economic Growth of the United States, bv James W. 
Knowles. January 30, 1960. 56 p. See [67]. 

[149] No. 21. Postwar Movement of Prices and Wages in Manufacturing Indus- 
tries, by Harold M. Levinson. January 30, 1960. 139 p. (Includes sup- 
plementary technical material to the staff report [134].) 

[150] No. 22. An Evaluation of Antitrust Policy: Its Relation to Economic Growth, 
Full Employment, and Prices, by Theodore J. Kreps, January 30, 
1960. 49 p. 

[151] No. 23. The Structure of Unemployment in Areas of Substantial Labor 
Surplus, by the Bureau of Labor Statistics. January 30, 1960. 34 p. 

ADDITIONAL MATERIALS 

[152] Questions on Monetary Policy and Debt Management, August 31, 1959. 

11 p. See [128]. 
[153] Index to Hearings, Employment, Growth, and Price Levels — With Tables of 

Contents of Study Papers and Reports. December 30, 1960. 94 p. 

Other Committee Publications of the 86th Congress 

[154] January 1959 Economic Report of the President. Hearings, January 27, 28, 

29, 30, February 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 9, and 10, 1959. 787' p. 
[155] Joint Economic Report on the 1959 Economic Report of the President. March 9, 

1959. 76 p. (S. Rept. 98.) 
[156] The Federal Revenue System: Fqcts and Problems, 1959. Staff study, Mav 

1959. 266 i). 
[157] Energy Resources and Technology. Hearings before the Subcommittee on 

Automation and Energy Resources, October 12, 13, 14, 15, and 16, 

1959. 352 p. 
Comparisons of the United States and Soviet Economies. Papers submitted 

by panelists appearing before the Subcommittee on Economic Statistics: 
[158] Part 1. September 28, 1959. 376 p. 
[159] Part II. October 19, 1959. 169 p. 
[160] Part III. November 10, 1959. 71 p. 
[161] Comparisons of the United States and Soviet Economies. Hearings before the 

Subcommittee on Economic Statistics. November 13, 16, 17, 18, 19, 

and 20, 1959. 292 p. 



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[162] Comparisons of the United States and onomies. Supplemental State- 

meitt on Costs and lion jits to the Soviet Union of Its Bloc and Pack 
System: Comparisons With the Western Alliance System, Prepared by the 
Centra] [ntelligence Agency in cooperation with the Departmenl of 
State and Department of Defense for the Subcommittee on Economic 
Statistics, June 17, I960. 50 p. 

[163] January 1960 Economic Report of the President. Bearings, February 1, 2, 3. 
•1. 5, and L6, I960. ."-17 i>. 

[10-1] Joint Economic Report on the / - / mic Report of the President. Feb- 
ruary i:>, I960. 98 p. (S. Kept- 1 L52.) 

[10")] Background Material on Economic Aspects of Military Procurement and 
Supply. Materials submitted to the Subcommittee en Defense Procure- 
ment, February 12, I960. 230 p. 

[100] Impact of Defense Procurement. Hearings before the Subcommittee on 
Defense Procurement, January 28, 29, and 30, 1960. 594 p. 

[107] Economic Aspects of Military Procurement and Supply. Report of the Sub- 
committee on Defense Procurement, October 23, 1960. 125 p. 

[K>sJ Nets Views on Automation. Papers submitted to the Subcommittee on 
Automation and Energy Resources, October 12, 1900. 004 p. 

[109] Economic Policies for Agriculture in the 1960 , s: Implications of Four Selected 
Alternatives. Staff study, November 20, 1960. 82 p. 

[170] Current Economic Situation and Short-Run Outlook. Hearings, December 7 
and S, 1960. 200 p. 

[171] 1960 Supplement to Economic Indicators: Historical and Descriptive Back- 
ground. Prepared by the staff and the Office of Statistical Standards, 
Bureau of the Budget, December 1900. 112 p. 

[172] Energy Resources and Government. Statements submitted to the Subcom- 
mittee on Automation and Energy Resources by Federal and State 
Regulatory and Developmental Agencies, November !.">, 1960. 603 p. 

[173] Subsidy and Subsidylike Programs of the U. S. Government. Study prepared 
by Legislative Reference Service, Lirbary of Congress, December 
15, 1960. 80 p. 

[174] Economic Programs for Labor Surplus Areas in Selected Countries of Western 
Europe. Staff study, December 27, 1960. 15 p. 

[175] A Study of the Dealer Market for Federal Government Securities. Staff study, 
December 30, 1960. 144 p. 



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[176] January 1961 Economic Report of the President and the Economic Situation 

and Outlook. Hearings, February 9, 10, March 6, 7, 27, and April 10, 

1961. 725 p. 
[177] Joint Economic Report on the 1961 Economic Report of the President. May 2, 

1961. 138 p. (II. Rept. 328). 
Government Price Statistics. Hearings before the Subcommittee on Economic 

Statistics : 
[178] Part 1. January 24, 1961. 526 p. 
[179] Part 2. May 1, 2, 3, 4, and 5, 1961. 267 p. 
[180] Government Price Statistics. Report of the Subcommittee on Economic 

Statistics, July 21, 1961. 13 p. 
[181] The Federal Revenue System: Facts and Problems, 1961. Staff study, April 

1961. 290p. 
[182] International Payments Imbalances and Need for Strengthening International 

Financial Arrangements. Hearings before the Subcommittee on Inter- 
national Exchange and Payments, May 16, June 19, 20, and 21, 1961. 

340 p. 
[183] International Payments Imbalances and Need for Strengthening International 

Financial Arrangements. Report of the Subcommittee on International 

Exchange and Payments, August 23, 1961. 26 p. 
[184] Review of Annual Report of the Federal Reserve System for the Year 1960. 

Hearings, June 1 and 2, 1961. 174 p. 
[185] Progress Made by the Department of Defense in Reducing the Impact of Military 

Procurement on the Economy. Hearings before the Subcommittee on 

Defense Procurement, June 12, 1961. 156 p. 
[186] Review of Report of the Commission on Money and Credit. Hearings, August 14, 

15, 16, 17, and 18, 1961. 486 p. 
[187] 93 Lots of Bids Involving Identical Bids Reported to the Department of Justice 

by the Federal Procurement Agencies in the Years 1955-60. Staff study, 

August 30. 1961. 139 p. 
[188] Higher Unemployment Rates, 1957-60: Structural Transformation or Inade- 
quate Demand. Staff study for the Subcommittee on Economic Statistics, 

November 29, 1961. 79 p. 
[189] Unemployment: Terminology, Measurement, and Analysis. Study papers for 

the Subcommittee on Economic Statistics by the Bureau of Labor 

Statistics, November 29, 1961. 113 p. 
[190] Employment and Unemployment. Hearings before the Subcommittee on 

Economic Statistics, December 18, 19, and 20, 1961. 399 p. 
[191] Employment and Unemployment. Report of the Subcommittee on Economic 

Statistics, February 2, 1962. 21 p. 
Study papers prepared for the Subcommittee on Foreign Economic Policy: 
[192] A "New Look at Foreign Economic Policy: In Light of the Cold War and the 
Extension of the Common Market in Europe, by Christian A. Y\ 
and William L. Clayton. October 23, 1961. 10 p. 
[193] The Task for 1962: A Free World Community, bv Henry S. Reuss. Novem- 
ber 1, 1961. 8 p. 
[194] A New Look at Trade Policy Toward the Communist Bloc: The Eh 

of a Common Strategy for the West, bv Samuel Pisar. November 10, 
1961. 103 p. 
[195] Economic Policies Toward Less Developed Countries, by Uaymond F. 

Mikesell and Robert Loring Allen, November 17, 1961. 96 p. 
[196] Japan in United States Foreign Economic Policy, by Warren S. Hunsl ■ 
November 20, 1961. 27 p. 



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[197] Trade Adjustment in Theory and Practice, by Otto R. Eteischer. Novem- 
ber 21, 1961. 98 p. 

[19S] The European Economic Community and the United Stat™, by Robert R. 
Howie and Theodore Geiger. November 27. 1961. 60 p. 

[199] Food and People, by Ralph McCain 1 and Louis II. Bean. November 19G1. 

74 p. 
[200] United State* Commercial Policy: A Program from the 196&S. by Peter B. 

Kenen. November 30, L961. 37 p. 

[201] Trade Restraint* in the Western Community: With Tariff Comparisons and 

ected Statistical Tables Pertinent to Foreign Economic Policy. 

Staff study, December 1, 1961. 59 p. 

[202] Foreign Economic Policy. Hearings before the Subcommittee OB Foreign 

Economic Policy, December 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 11, 12, 13, and 11, 1961. 

524 i). 

[203] Foreign Economic Policy for the 1.060's. Report of the Subcommittee on 

Foreign Economic Policy. January 17, 1902. 50 p. 

[204] The Political Stakes in East-West Trade. A report on a fact-finding trip to 

the Q.S.S.R. and Eastern Europe, submitted to the Subcommittee on 

Foreign Economic Policy by Jacob K.. Javits, February 2, 19G2. 19 p. 

Inventory Fluctuations and Economic Stabilization. Papers: 

[20")] Part I. Postwar Fluctuations in Business Inventories. December 18, 1961. 

180 p. 
[200] Part II. Causative Factors in Movements of Business Inventories. Decem- 
ber 21, 1961. 194 p. 
[207] Part III. Inventory Fluctuations and Economic Instability. December 26, 

1961. 218 p. 
[208] Part IV. Supplementary Study Papers. May 22, 1962. 13.3 p. 
[209] The Role of Inventory Changes During Expansion and Contraction. Task 
force report to the Subcommittee on Economic Stabilization, Automa- 
tion, and Energy Resources, July 3, 1962. lip. 
[210] Inventory Fluctuations, Price Level Changes, and Economic Growth. Task 
force report to the Subcommittee on Economic Stabilization, Automa- 
tion, and Energy Resources, July 6, 1962. 15 p. 
[211] Inventory Fluctuations and Economic Stabilization. Hearings before the 
Subcommittee on Economic Stabilization, Automation, and Energy 
Resources, July 9, 10, 11, 12, and 13, 1962. 263 p. 
[212] The Federal Budget as an Economic Document. Staff study prepared for the 
Subcommittee on Economic Statistics, January 11, 1962. 189 p. See 
[238] and [239]. 
[213] Economic Policies and Programs in South America. Report of the Sub- 
committee on Inter-American Economic Relationships, January 24, 
1962. 123 p. 
[214] Economic Developments in South America. Hearings before the Subcommittee 
on Inter- American Economic Relationships, May 10 and 11, 1962. 
151 p. 
[215] Economic Developments in South America. Report of the Subcommittee on 

Inter- American Economic Relationships, July 20, 1962. 12 p. 
[216] January 1962 Economic Report of the President. Hearings, January 25, 26, 

30,' 31, February 2, 5, 6, 7, and 8, 1962. 845 p. 
[217] Joint Economic Report on the 1962 Economic Report of tfic President. March 7, 
1902. 162 p. (H. Rept. 1410.) 
Variability of Private Investment in Plant and Equipment: 
[218] Part I. Investment and Its Financing. Report by the Department of Com- 
merce, January 19, 1902. OX p. 
[219] Part II. Some Elements Shaping Investment Decisions. Papers, January 29, 

1962. on ]>. 
[220] Measures of Productive Capacity. Hearings before the Subcommittee on 

Economic Statistics. May 14, 22, 23, and 24, 1962. 172 p. 
[221] Measures of Productive Capacity. Report of the Subcommittee on Economic 

Statistics, July 24, 1962. 20 p. 
[222] Slate of the Economy and Policies for Full Employment. Hearings, August 7, 
8, 9, 10, 13, 14', 15, 10, 17, 20, 21, and 22, 1902. 997 p. 



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[223] A Federal Statistics Program for the 1960 } s. A study prepared for the Sub- 
committee on Economic Statistics by the Office of Statistical Standards, 
Bureau of the Budget, October 15, 1962. 69 p. 

[224] Factors Affecting the United States Balance of Payments. Studies prepared 
for the Subcommittee on International Exchange and Payments, 
December 15, 1962. 561 p. 

[225] Outlook for the United States Balance of Payments. Hearings before the 
Subcommittee on International Exchange and Payments, December 12, 
13, and 14, 1962. 264 p. 

[226] U.S. Payments Policies Consistent with Domestic Objectives of Maximum 
Employment and Growth. Report of the Subcommittee on International 
Exchange and Payments, December 26, 1962. lip. 

[227] Dimensions of Soviet Economic Power. Study papers, December 5, 1962. 
744 p. Included in [228]. 

[228] Dimensions of Soviet Economic Power. Hearings (together with study papers), 
December 10 and 11, 1962. 929 p. 

[229] 1962 Supplement to Economic Indicators: Historical and Descriptive Back- 
ground. Prepared by the staff and the Office of Statistical Standards, 
Bureau of the Budget, December 26, 1962. 126 p. 



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January 1963 Economic Re-port of the President: 
230] Part 1. Hearings, January 28, 29, 30, 31, February 1, 4, 5, and G, 1963. 
638 p. 

[231] Part 2. Statements of Economic Interest Groups. March 1963. 177 p. 

[232] Joint Economic Report on the 1963 Economic Report of the President. March 
14, 1963. 114 p. (S. Rept. 78). 

[233] Economic Policies and Programs in Middle America. Report to the Subcom- 
mittee on Inter- American Economic Relationships by Martha W. 
Griffiths. January 22, 1963. 31 p. 

234] Background Material on Economic Aspects of Military Procurement and Sup- 
ply. Staff study of the Subcommittee on Defense Procurement, March 
1963. 228 p. 

235] Impact of Military Supply and Service Activities on the Economy. Hearings 
before the Subcommittee on Defense Procurement. March 28, 29, and 
April 1, 1963. 445 p. 

[236] Impact of Military Supply and Service Activities on the Economy. Report of 
the Subcommittee on Defense Procurement, July 18, 1963. 68 p. 

[237] Steel Prices, United Costs, Profits, and Foreign Competition. Hearings, 
April 23, 24, 25, 26, 29, and May 2, 1963. 762 p. 

[238] The Federal Budget as an Economic Document. Hearings before the Subcom- 
mittee on Economic Statistics, April 23, 24, 25, and 30, 1963. 355 p. 

[239] The Federal Budget as an Economic Document. Report of the Subcommittee 
on Economic Statistics, August 14, 1963. 26 p. (S. Rept. 396.) See 
[212]. 

[240] Measuring Employment and L v employment. Hearings before the Subcom- 
mittee on Economic Statistics, June 6 and 7, 1963. 129 p. 
Discriminatory Ocean Freight Rates and the Balance of Payments. Hearings: 

[241] Part 1. June 20 and 21, 1963. 192 p. See [270]. 

[242] Part 2. October 9 and 10, 1963. 137 p. 

[243] Part 3. November 19 and 20, 1963. 266 p. 

[261] Part 4. March 25 and 26, 1964. 181 p. 

[269] Part 5. Appendix, September 1964. 497 p. 

The United States Balance of Payments. Hearings: 

[244] Part 1. Current Problems and Policies. July 8 and 9, 1963. 218 p. 

[245] Part 2. Outlook for the United States Balance of Payments. July 29 and 30, 
1963. 117 p. 

[246] Part 3. The International Monetary System: Functioning and Possible 
Reform. November 12, 13, 14, and 15, 1963. 290 p. 

[247] The United States Balance of Payments. — Perspectives and Policies. Staff 
materials and other submissions, November 12, 1963. 164 p. 

[248] The United Slates Balance of Payments: Statements by Economists, Bankers, 
and Others on The Brookings Institution Study, "The United States 
Balance of Payments in 1968." November 12, 1963. 587 p. 

[259] The United States Balance of Payments. Report, March 19, 1964. 30 p. 
(S. Rept. 965.) 

[249] Probable Effects of the Proposed Quality Stabilization Act on Prices, Incomes, 
Employment, and Production. A Summary analysis prepared by the 
Council of Economic Advisers, October 29, 1963. 4 p. 
Economic Policies and Practices. Studies. 

[250] Paper No. 1. Comparative Features of Central Banks in Selected Foreign 
Countries. October 15, 1963. 36 p. 

[251] Paper No. 2. Governmental Policies to Deal with Prices in Key Industries in 
Selected Foreign Countries. October 31, 1963. 16 p. 



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[252] Paper No. 3. A Description and Analysis of Certain European Capital 
Markets. January 20, 1964. 280 p. 

[262] Paper No. 4- Private Trade Barriers and the Atlantic Community. April 
1964. 42 p. 

[263] Paper No. 5. Unemployment Programs in Sweden. April 22, 1964. 51 p. 

[267] Paper No. 6. Subsidies to Shipping by Eleven Countries. July 16, 1964. 27 p. 

[253] Private Investment in Latin America. Hearings before the Subcommittee on 
Inter-American Economic Relationship, January 14, 15, and 16, 1964. 
492 p. 

[266] Private Investment in Latin America. Report of the Subcommittee on Inter- 
American Economic Relationship-, May 25, 1964. 27 p. 
January 1964 Economic Report of the President: 

[254] Part 1. Hearings, January 23, 27, 28, and 29, 1964. 253 p. 

[255] Part 2. Invited Comments. February 1964. 168 p. 

[256] Joint Economic Report on the 1964 Economic Report of the President. March 
2, 1964. 74 p. (S. Rept. 931.) 

[257] Annual Economic Indicators for the U.S.S.R. Compendium of statistical 
materials and interpretative articles, February 25, 1964. 218 p. 

[260] Background Material on Economic Aspects of Military Procurement and 
Supply — 1964- Materials submitted to the Subcommittee on Defense 
Procurement, April 1964. 177 p. 

[264] Impact of Military and Related Civilian Supply and Service Activities on the 
Economy. Hearings, Subcommittee on Defense Procurement, April 
16 and 21, 1964. 384 p. 

[265] Economic Impact of Federal Supply and Service Activities. Report of Sub- 
committee on Defense Procurement, September 3, 1964. 29 p. 

[268] The Federal Tax System: Facts and Problems, 1964- Staff studv, September 
1964. 321 p. 

[271] Measuring the Nation's Wealth. Materials developed by the Wealth In- 
ventory Planning Stud\ r of the George Washington University for the 
Subcommittee on Economic Statistics, December 10, 1964. 835 p. 
See [286] and [287]. 

[272] Invention and the Patent System. Studv prepared by S. C. Gilfillan, December 
21, 1964. 247 p. 

[273] The Distribution of Personal Income: A study of statistics on the size dis- 
tribution of personal income in the United States. Prepared for the 
Subcommittee on Economic Statistics, by T. Paul Schultz, December 
29, 1964. 134 p. 

[274] 1964 Supplement to Economic Indicators: Historical and Descriptive Back- 
ground. Prepared by the staff and the Office of Statistical Standards, 
Bureau of the Budget, December 1964. 130 p. 



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{270] Discriminatory Ocean Freight Rates and the Balance of Payments. 

it. .January 6, L965. 45 p. (S. Rept. 1.) See [241]. 89/1S. Kept. 1. 
January onomic Report of the President: 

[276] Part I. Hearings, February 10,* 22, and 23, 1965. 169 p. 
[277] Part 2. Hearings, February 24, 1965. 33 p. Y4.EC7: 
[278] Part 3. Hearings. February 25, 20, and 27, 1965. 100 p. 
|270] Part 4. Invited Comments, February 1965. 93 p. Y4. 
[280] Joint Economic Report on the 1965 Economic Report of the President, March 17, 

1965. 114]). (II. Rept. 175.) 
[281] Subsidy and Subsidy-Effect Programs of the U.S. Government. Study prepared 

by the Legislative Reference Service, Library of Congress, March 31, 

L965. 86 p. 40 cents. Revision of [173]. 
[282] Current Economic Indicators for the U.S.S.R. Compendium of statistical 

data and interpretative comments, June 23, 1065. 220 p. .">.") cents. 
[283] Background Material on Economic Impact of Federal Procurement — 1965. 

Materials submitted to the Subcommittee on Federal Procurement and 

Regulation, April 10, 1965. 251 p. 
[284] Economic Impact of Federal Procurement. Hearings before the Subcommittee 

on Federal Procurement and Regulation, April 27, 28, and 20, 1965. 

407 p. 
[285] Economic Impact of Federal Procurement. Report of the Subcommittee on 

Federal Procurement and Regulation, July 10, L965. 13 p. 
[286] Measuring the Nation's Wealth. Hearings before the Subcommittee on 

Economic Statistics, June 1, 2, and 3, 100."). 93 p. See [271]. 
[287] Measuring the Nations Material Wealth. Report of the Subcommittee on 

Economic Statistics, August 27, 1005. 5 p. 
[288 Improved Statistics for Economic Growth: A Compendium of Views and 

Suggestions From Individuals, Organizations, and Statistics Users. 

Submitted to the Subcommittee on Economic Statistics, July 1, 1965. 

142 p. 
The Balance of Payments Statistics. Hearings before the Subcommittee on 

Economic Statistics: 
[289] Part 1. May 11, 1005. 70 p. 
[290] Part 2. June 8, 1005. 155 p. 
[291] Part 3. June 0, 1005. 55 p. 

[292] The Balance of Payments Statistics of the United States. Report of the Sub- 
committee on Economic Statistics, July 27, 1965. 5. p. 
Discriminatory Ocean Freight Rates and the Balances of Payments. Hearings 

before the Subcommittee on Federal Procurement and Regulations: 
[293] Part 1. April 7 and 8, 1965. 350 p. 
[294] Part 2. May 27, 1965. 91 p. 
[295] Part 3. June 30, 1965. 66 p. 
[328] Part 4. May 6 and 10, 1966. 149 p. 
[329] Discriminatory Ocean Freight Rates and the Balance of Payments. Report of 

the Subcommittee on Federal Procurement and Regulation. August 

3, 1966. 25 J). 
[275] Fiscal Policy Issues of the Coming Decade: Statements by Individual Econ- 
omists and Representatives of Interested Organizations. Subcommittee 

on Fiscal Policy, February 15, 1965. 100 p. 
[206] Fiscal Policy Issues of the Coming Decade. Hearings before the Subcommittee 

on Fiscal Policy, July 20, 21, and 22, 1065. 105 p. 
Guidelines for International Monetary Reform. The Subcommittee on Inter- 
national Exchange and Payments: 



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[2971 Part 1. Hearings, Julv 27, 28, and 29, 1965. 191 p. 
[298] Part 2. Supplement. 410 p. 

[299] Guidelines for Improving the Intzrnalional Monetary System. Report of the 
Subcommittee on International Exchange and Payments. August 30, 
1965. 22 p. 
Economic Policies and Practices. Studies: 
[300] Paper No. 7. European Social Security Systems. A comparative analysis of 
programs in England, Sweden, and the Common Market countries, 
together with a description of the U.S. system. September 17, 1965. 
129 p. 
[304] Paper No. 8. Programs for Relocating Workers Used by Governments of 

Selected Countries. January 26, 1966. 76 p. 25 cents. 
[332] Paper No. 9. Foreign Banking in the United States. July 5, 1966. 35 p. 
[356] Paper No. 10. Foreign Government Restraints on United States Bank Oper- 
ations Abroad. April 11, 1967, 56 p. 
[301] Latin American Development and Western Hemisphere Trade. Hearings before 
the Subcommittee on Inter-American Economic Relationships, 
September 8, 9, and 10, 1965, 293 p. 
314] Latin American Development and Hemisphere Trade. Report of the Subcom- 
mittee on Inter- American Economic Relationships, March 24, 1966. 
17 p. 
[302] The Impact Government-Generated Cargo on the U.S.-Flag Foreign Trade 
Fleet for Calendar Year 1964- Study presented to the Subcommittee on 
Federal Procurement and Regulation by the Marine Administration, 
November 24, 1965, 13 p. 
[303] Off Dead Center: Some Proposals to Strengthen Free World Economic Coopera- 
tion. Report by Henry S. Reuss and Robert F. Ellsworth, December 20, 

1965. 20 p. 

[305] The Federal Reserve Portfolio: Statements by Individual Economists. Materials 
submitted to the Subcommittee on Economic Progress, January 28, 

1966. 176 p. 

Recent Federal Reserve Action and Economic Policy Coordination. Hearings: 

[306] Part 1. December 13 and 14, 1965. 306 p. 

[307] Part 2. December 15 and 16, 1965, 284 p. 

[308] Improved Statistics for Economic Growth. Comments by Government Agencies 
on Views submitted to the Subcommittee on Economic Statistics, 
March 10, 1966. 84 p. 
January 1966 Economic Report of the President: 

[309] Part 1. Hearings, February 1 and 2, 1966. 169 p. 

[310] Part 2. Hearings, Februarv 3, 4 and 8, 1966. 216 p. 

[311] Part 3. Hearings, February 9 and 10, 1966. 170 p. 

[312] Part 4. Hearings, Invited Comments. 164 p. 

[313] Joint Economic Report on the 1966 Economic Report of the President. March 17, 
1966. (H. Rept. 1334). 86 p. 89/2, H. Rept. 1334. 

[315] Twentieth Anniversary of the Employment Act of 1946: An Economic Sympo- 
sium. Hearings, Februarjr 23, 1966. 150 p. 

[338] Twentieth Anniversary of the Employment Act of 1946: An Economic Sym- 
posium, Supplement. Invited comments on Directions for the Future. 
192 p. 

[316] Background Material on Economic Impact of Federal Procurement — 1966. 
Materials submitted to the Subcommittee on Federal Procurement and 
Regulation, March 18, 1966. 134 p. 

[317] Economic Impact of Federal Procurement — 1966. Hearings, January 24, 
March 23 and 24, 1966. 422 p. 

[318] Economic Impact of Federal Procurement— 1966. Report of the Subcom- 
mittee on Federal Procurement and Regulation, May 27, 1966. 22 p. 

[319] Tax Changes for Shurtrun Stabilization. Hearings before the Subcommittee 
on Fiscal Policy, March 16, 17, IS, 22. and 30, 1966. 313 p. 

[320] Tax changes for Shortrun Stabilization. Report of the Subcommittee on Fiscal 
Policy, May 24, 1966. 23 p. 

[321] Inflation and the Price Indexes. Monograph submitted to the Subcommittee 
on Economic Statistics by the National Industrial Conference Board, 
June 8, 1966. 129 p. 



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[322] Government Price statistics. Hearings before the Subcommittee od Economic 

Statistics, May 24, 25 and 26, 1966. 266 p. 
[323] Government Price statistics. Report of the Subcommittee on Economic 

Statistics. July 12, L966. L9 p. 
[324] Job Vacancy statistics. Hearings before the Subcommittee on Economic 

Statistics, May 17 and 18, L966. 215 p. 
[325] Job Vacancy Statistics. Report of the Subcommil bee on Economic Statistics, 

.June s, 1966. 6 p. 
Private Pension Plans. Hearings before the Subcommittee on Fiscal Policy. 
[326] Tart 1. April 26, 27 and May 2, L966. 262 p. 
[327] Part 2. .May 3, 9, 1 L, 16, and 20, 1966. 262 p. 
[330] Technology in Education. Hearings before the Subcommittee on Economic 

Progress, June 6, 10, and 13, 1966. 72:; p. 
[331] Automation and Technology in Education. Report of the Subcommittee on 

Economic Progress, August 9, 1966. 1 1 p. 

Directions in the Soviet Economy. Studies prepared for the Subcommittee 

on Foreign Economic Policy, June 27, 1966: 
[333] Part I. Economic Policy. 98 p. 
[334] Part II A. Economic Performance. 230 p. 

(1) Aggregate National Product. 

(2) Industry. 

['So')] Part I IB. Economic Performance. 254 p. 

(3) Agriculture. 

(4) Consumption. 
(.">) Transportation. 

[336] Part III. The Human Resources. 280 p. 

[337J Part IV. The World Outside. (Also includes a selected bibliography of 
Recent Soviet Monographs and the Appendixes.) 222 p. 

[339] New Approach to United States International Economic Policy. Hearing before 
the Subcommittee on International Exchange and Payments, Septem- 
ber 9, 1966. 44 p. 

[340] Twenty Years After: An Appeal for the Renewal of International Economic 
Cooperation on a Grand Scale. Report of the Subcommittee on Inter- 
national Exchange and Payments. September 10, 1966. 4 p. 

[341] Old Age Income Assurance: An Outline of Issues and Alternatives. Staff 
document prepared for the Subcommittee on Fiscal Policv, November 4, 
1966. 39 p. 
State and Local Public Facility Needs and Financing. Staff study prepared 
for the Subcommittee on Economic Progress: 

1342] Volume 1. Public Facility Needs, December 14, 10GG. 003 p. 

[343] Volume 2. Public Facility Financing, December 21, 1966. 453 p. 

[344] Contingency Planning for U.S. International Monetary Policy. Statements 
by private economists submitted to the Subcommittee on International 
Exchange and Payments, December 30, 1966. 1(>0 p. 

[345] U.S. Economic Growth to 1975: Potentials and Problems. Staff study prepared 
for the Subcommittee on Economic Progress, December 12, 10(H). 03 p. 
Federal Programs for the Development of Human Resources. A compilation of 
Replies from Departments and Agencies of the U.S. Government to a 
Questionnaire formulated by the Subcommittee on Economic Progress, 
December 19, 1966: 

[346] Volume 1.458 p. 

[347] Volume 2. 492 p. 

[348] Volume 3. 358 p. 

[349] Productivity, Prices and Incomes. Staff materials, December 23, 196G. 213 p. 



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January 1967 Economic Report of the President. 
[351] Part 1. Hearings, February 2, 3, and 6, 1967. 234 p. 
[352] Part 2. Hearings, February 7, 8, and 9, 1967. 262 p. 
[353] Part 3. Hearings, February 15, 16, and 17, 1967. 220 p. 
[354] Part 4. Hearings, February 20, 21, and 23, 1967. 288 p. 
[355] Part 5. Invited Comments. 132 p. 
[350] Joint Economic Report on the 1967 Economic Report of the President. March 17, 

1967. 107 p. 90/1: S. Rept. 73. 
An Economic Profile of Mainland China. Studies, February 22, 1967 : 
[357] Volume 1. 339 p. 
[358] Volume 2. 345 p. 
[359] Mainland China in the World Economy. Hearings, April 5, 10, 11, and 12, 

1967. 248 p. 
[360] Mainland China in the World Economy. Report, June 19, 1967. 25 p. 90/1: 

S. Rept. 348. 
Economic Effect of Vietnam Spending. 
[361] Volume I. Hearings, April 24, 25, 25, 26, and 27, 1967. 363p. 
[362] Volume II. The Military Impact on the American Economy: Now and 
After Vietnam. A Compendium of Statements, Articles, and Papers 
Compiled as Background Material. 671 p. 
[363] Economic Effect of Vietnam Spending. Report, July 7, 1967. 9 p. 90-1: S. 

Rept. 394. 
[364] Background Material on Economy in Government. Materials submitted to 

the Subcommittee on Economy in Government, May 2, 1967. 299 p. 
Economy in Government. Hearings before the Subcommittee on Economy in 

Government : 
[365] Part 1. May 8, 9, 10, and 16, 1907. 256 p. 
[366] Part 2. Supplementary Materials. 204 p. 
[367] Economy in Government. Report of the Subcommittee on Economy in 

Government, July 12, 1967. 54 p. 
[368] The Coordination and Integration of Government Statistical Programs. Hear- 
ings before the Subcommittee on Economic Statistics, May 17, 18; 

June 7 and 8, 1976. 206 p. 
[369] The Coordination and Integration of Government Statisilcal Programs. Report 

of the Subcommittee on Economic Statistics, August 9, 1967, 10 p. 
[370] 1967 Suppleinent to Enon<,mic Indicators: Historical and Descriptive Back- 
ground. Prepared by the staff and the Office of Statisitcal Standards, 

Bureau of the Budget, May 4, 1967. 136 p. 
[371] Federal Programs for the Development of Human Resources. Quest ion- and 

Outline for a Compendium of Papers Providing an Economic Analysis 

prepared by Subcommittee on Economic Progress, June 1967. 12 p. 
Economic Education. Hearings before the Subcommittee on Economic 

Progress : 
[372] Volume 1. April 14, 17, and 2-1, 1967. 107 p. 
[373] Volume II. Related Materials. 144 p. 

Revenue Sharing and Its Alternatives: What Future for Fiscal Federalism? 

Studies prepared for the Subcommittee on Fiscal Policy, July 17, 19(17: 
[374] Volume I. Lessons of Experience. 648 p. 

[375] Volume II. Range of Alternatives for Fiscal Federalism. 573 p. 
[376] Volume III. Federal, State, Local Fiscal Projections. 296 p. 

Revenue Sharing and Its Alternatives: What Future for Fiscal Federalism? 

Hearings before the Subcommittee on Fiscal Policv: 



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[377] Part I. July 31, August l. 2. and 3. 1967. 194 p. 
[378] Part II. November 7. B, «♦, 14, and 15, 221 p. 

[379] Economic Outlook and Jts Policy Implications. Hearings, June 27, 28, and 

29, 1967. L69 p. 
[380] Issue* and Objectives of U.S. Foreign Trade Policy. A Compendium of State- 
ments submitted to the Subcommittee on Foreign Economic Policv, 

September 22, L967. 262 p. 
The Future of I r .S. Foreign Trade Policy. Hearings before the Subcommittee 

on Foreign Economic Policv: 
[381] Volume I. July 11. 12. L3, 18, 19, and 20, 1067. 414 p. 
[382] Volume II. Submitted statements. 64 p. 
[383] The Future of U.S. Foreign Trade Policy. Report of the Subcommittee on 

Foreign Economic Policy, September 29, 1907. 25 p. 
[384] A Directory of Urban Research Study Centers. Materials prepared by the 

staff for the Subcommittee on Urban Affairs, August 1967. 77 p. 
[385] Urban America: Coals and Problems. Materials compiled and prepared for 

the Subcommittee on Urban Affairs, August L967. 303 p. 
[3S6] Urban America: Goals and Problems. Hearings before the SubcommiH 

Urban Affairs, September 27, 28; October 2, 3, and 4, 1967. 239 p. 
[3S7] August Review of the 1.968 Budget. Hearing, August 24, 1967. 63 p. 

New Plan for International Monetary Reserves. Hearings before the Subcom- 
mittee on International Exchange and Payment-: 
[388] Part 1. September 14, 19(17. 91 p. 

[389] Pari 2. Rio Monetary Agreement. November 22, 1967. 157 p. 
1390] Planning-Programing-Budgeting System. Hearings before the Subcommittee 

"ii Economy in Government, September 14, 19, 20, and 21, 1967. 412 p. 
[391] Planning-Programing-Budgeting System. Report of the Subcommittee on 

Economy in Government, December 4, 1967. 13 p. 
[392] Guidelines for Improving the International Monetary System, Round Two. 

Eteporl of the Subcommittee on International Exchange and Payments, 

December 7, 1967. 11 p. 
[393] Review of Report of the President's Commission on Budget Concepts. Hearings 

before the Subcommittee on Economy in Government, October 30 

and November 2, 1967. 186 p. 
[394] Economy in Government — 1967; l' p dated Background Material. Materials 

submitted to the Subcommittee on Economy in Government, Novem- 
ber 17, 1967. 142 p. 
[395] Economy in Government Procurement and Property Management. Hearings 

before the Subcommittee on Economy in Government, November 27, 

28, 29, 30 and December 8, 1967. 625" p. 
[396] Economy in Government Procurement and Property Management. Report of 

the Subcommittee on Economy in Government, April 23, 1968. 12 p. 
Financing Municipal facilities. Hearings before the Subcommittee on 

Economic Progress : 
[397] Volume I. December 5, 6, and 7, 1967. 168 p. 
[398] Volume II. July 9, 10, and 11, 1968. 279 p. 
[399] Interest Rate Guidelines for Federal Decisionmaking. Hearing before the 

Subcommittee on Economy in Government, January 29, 1968. 67 p. 
[400] The Wage-Price Issue: The Need for Guideposts. Hearing, January 31, 1968. 

82 p. 
Old Age Income Assurance. A compendium of Papers on Problems and 

Policy Issues in The Public and Private Pension System submitted 

to the Subcommittee on Fiscal Policy, December 1967: 
[401] Part I. General Policy Guidelines. 203 p. 

[402] Part II. The Aged Population and Retirement Income Programs. 361 p. 
[403] Part III. Public Programs. 239 p. 

[4041 Part IV. Employment Aspects of Pension Plans. 210 p. 
[405] Part V. Financial Aspects of Pension Plans. 263 p. 
[406] Part VI. Abstracts of the Papers. 196 p. 

1968 Economic Report of the President: 
[407] Part 1. Hearings, February 5, 6, 7, 14, 15, 1968. 338 p. 
[408] Part 2. Hearings. February 16. 19, 20 and 21, 1968. 380 p. 
[409] Part 3. Invited Comments. 205 p. 



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[410] Part 4. The Dollar Deficit and German offsetting. 13 p. 

[411] Joint Economic Report on the 1908 Economic Report of the President. March 

19, 1968. (S. Kept. 1010). 122 p. 90/2. S. Kept. 1016. 
Federal Programs for The Development of Human Resources. A compendium 

of Papers submitted to the Subcommittee on Economic Progress, 

March 7, 1968: 
[412] Volume 1. 326 p. 

Part I. Program Appraisal, National Goals, Program Management 

and Coordination. 
Part II. Manpower and Education. 
[413] Volume 2. 358 p. 

Tart III. Income Maintenance and Family Support. 
Part IV. Health Care and Improvement. 
Part V. Housing and the Quality of -Man's Environment. 
[414] Soviet Economic Performance: 1966-67. Study prepared for the Subcom- 
mittee on Foreign Economic Policy, May 29, 1968. 292 p. 
[415] Standards for Guiding Monetary Action. Hearings, May 8, 9, 15, and 16, 

1968. 318 p. 
[416] Standards for Guiding Monetary Action. Report, July 2, 1968. (S. Rept. 

1361.) 22 p. 
[417] Impact of the Property Tax: Its Economic Implications for Urban Problems. 

Studv Report by Dick Netzer prepared for the National Commission 

on Urban Problems. May 20, 1968. 48 p. 
[418] Employment and Manpower Problems in the Cities: Implications of the Report 

of the National Advisory Commission on Civil Disorders. Hearings, 

May 28, 29, June 4, 5, and 6, 1968. 297 p. 
[419] Employment and Manpower Problems in the Cities: Implications of the Report 

of the National Advisory Commission on Civil Disorders. Report, Septem- 
ber 16, 1968. (S. Rept. 1568.) 23 p. 
[420] Economic Policies and Practices. Paper No. 11. Guaranteed Minimum Income 

Programs Used by Governments of Selected Countries. July 30, 1968. 87 p. 
Income Maintenance Programs. Hearings before the Subcommittee on 

Fiscal Policy: 
[421] Volume I. Proceedings, June 11, 12, 13, 18, 19, 20, 25, 26, and 27, 1968. 

444 p. 
[422] Volume II. Appendix Materials. 276 p. 
[424] Economic Analysis of Public Investment Decisions: Interest Rale Policy and 

Discounting Analysis. Hearings before the Subcommittee on Economy 

in Government, July 30, 31, and August 1, 1968. 193 p. 
[425] Economic Analysis of Public Investment Decisions: Interest Rate Policy and 

Discounting Analysis. Report of the Subcommittee on Economy in 

C.overnment, September 23, 1968. 25 p. 
[426] Next Steps in International Monetary Reform. Hearing before the Subcom- 
mittee on International Exchange and Payments, September 9, 1968. 

161 p. 
[427] Next Steps in International Monetary Reform. Report of the Subcommittee 

on International Exchange and Payments, September 19, 1968. 10 p. 
[428] Summer Review of the 1969 Budget. Heading, September 12, 1668. 57 p. 
[429] Federal Reserve Discount Mechanism. Hearings, September 11 and 17, 1968.. 

80 p. 
[430] Federal Reserve Discount Mechanism: System Proposals for Change. Report. 

February 6, 1969. (S. Rept, 91-8.) 12 p. 
Economics of Military Procurement. Hearings before the Subcommittee on 

Economy in Government : 
[431] Part 1. Nov. 11, 12, 13, 1968, aad Jan. 16, 1969. 347 p. 
[432] Part 2. Nov. 14, 1968. 244 p. 
[433] The Economics of Military Procurement. Report of the Subcommittee on 

Economy in Government, May 1969. 31 p. 20 cents. 
[434] Public Facility Requirements ()v<r Ihr Next Decade. Hearings before the 

Subcommittee on Economic Progress, December '•'> and -i, L968. 130 p. 



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[435] --1 Review of Balance of Payments Policies. Hearings before the Subcommittee 
OD International Exchange and Payments, January 13. 14, and 15, 
1969. 257 p. 

The 1.909 Economic Report of the President: 
[430] Part 1. Bearings, January 17, 1969. 279 p. 

[437] Part 2. Hearings, February 17, IS, 19, 20, and 24, 1009. 257 p. 
[438] Part :;. Hearings. February 27. March 5 and 6, 1909. 432 p. 
[439] Part 4. Invited Comments, 229 p. 
[440] Joint Economic Report on tht 1969 Economic Report of the President. April l r 

1909. (H. Report 91-142.) 165 p. 
[441] On Linking Reservt Creation and Dadopment Assistance. Staff study prepared 

for the Subcommittee on International Exchange and Payments, 

April 14, 1909. 14 p. 
[442] Industrialized Housing. Compendium prepared for the Subcommittee on 

Urban Affairs, April 16, 1909. 257 p. 
The Analysis and Evaluation of Public Expenditures: The PPD System. A 

compendium of papers submitted to the Subcommittee on Economy 

in Government, May 29, 1909: 
[444] Volume 1. 010 p. 

Part I. The Appropriate Functions of Government in an Enterprise 
System. 

Part II. Institutional Factors Affecting Efficient Public Expenditure 
Policy. 

Part III. Some Problems of Analysis in Evaluating Public Expenditure 
Alternatives. 
[445] Volume 2. 189 p. 

Part IV. The Current Status of the Planning-Programing-Budgeting 
S3 r stem. 
[446] Volume 3. 442 p. 

Part V. The Performance of Program Budgeting and Analysis in the 
Federal Government. 

Part VI. Analysis and Evaluation in Major Policy Areas: Unresolved 
Issues and Next Steps. 
[447] Innovations in Planning, Programing, and Budgeting in State and Local 

Governments. A compendium of papers submitted to the Subcommittee 

on Economy in Government, August 29, 1969. 218 p. 
[448] Guidelines for Estimating the Benefits of Public Expenditures. Hearings 

before the Subcommittee on Economy in Government, May 12 and 14, 

1969. 259 p. 
[449] Linking Reserve Creation f and Developemnt Assistance. Hearing before the 

Subcommittee on International Exchange and Payments, Mav 28, 1969. 

115 p. 
[450] A Proposal to Link. Reserve Creation and Development Assistance. Report of 

the Subcommittee on International Exchange and Payments, August 

15, 1969. 15 p. 
[451] Review of Federal Statistical Programs. Hearings before the Subcommittee on 

Economic Statistics, April 30, May 1 and 15, 1909. 208 p. 
[453] The Economics and Financing of Higher Education in the United Slates. A 

compendium of papers submitted to the Joint Economic Committee, 

October 7. 1909. 683 p. 
The Military Budget and National Economic Priorities. Hearings before the 

the Subcommittee on Economy io ( rovernment: 
[454] Part 1. Hearings, June 3, 4, 5, 0, and 9, 1969. 401 p. 



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[455] Part 2. Hearings, June 10, 11, 12, 13, and 17, L969. 374 p. 

[456] Part 3. Hearings, June 23 and 24, 1969. The Economic Basi Rus- 

sian Military Challenge to the United States. L57 p. 

[457] The Military Budget and National Economic Priorities. Report of the Sub- 
committee on Economy in Government, December 23, L969. is p. 
Industrialized Housing. Hearings before the Subcommittee on Urban Affairs : 

[458] Part 1. Hearings, July 9, 1969. 202 p. 75 cents. 

[459] Part 2. Hearings, July 23 and 24, 1969. 1 52 p. 

[460] The Federal Budget, Inflation and Full Employment. Report of the Subcom- 
mittee on Fiscal Policy, November 24, 1969. 25 p. 

[461] The Federal Budget, Inflation, and Full Employment. Hearings before the 
Subcommittee on Fiscal Policj^, October 7, 8, 9, 13, 14, 22, and 23, L699. 
378 p. 

[462] The Pedigreed Gold System: A Good System— Why Spoil lit Report of the Sub- 
committee on International Exchange and Payments, December 12, 

1969. 12 p. 

[463] The Proposed IMF Quota Increase and Its Implications for the Two-Tier Gold 

Market. Hearings before the Subcommittee on International Exchange 

and Payments, November 13 and 14, 1969. 71 p. 
Toward Economic Development for Native American Communities. A compen- 
' dium of papers submitted to the Subcommittee on Economy in Govern- 
ment, December 18, 1969: 
[464] Volume 1. Part I: Development Prospects and Problems. 330 p. 
[465] Volume 2. Part II: Development Programs and Plans. Part III: The 

Resource Base, 236 p. 
[466] Economic Analysis and the Efficiency of Government. Report of the Subcom- 
mittee on Economy in Government, Februarjr 9, 1970, 51 p. 
Economic Analysis and the Efficiency of Government. Hearings before the 

the Subcommittee on Economy in Government: 
[467] Part 1. Hearings, August 12, September 16 and 19, 1969. 249 p. 
[468] Part 2. Hearings, September 22, 23, and 24, 1969. 249 p. 
[469] Part 3. Hearings, September 25 and 30, October 6, 1969. 289 p. 
[490] Part 4. Supersonic Transport Development. Hearings, May 7, 11, and 

12, 1970. 140 p. 
[491] Part 5. Federal Transportation Policy. Hearings, May 4, 6, and 6, 1970. 

152 p. 
[492] Federal Transportation Expenditure. Report of the Subcommittee on 

Economy in Government, August 17, 1970. 28 p. Y4.EC7:T68. 40 

cents. 
[470] Joint Economic Report on the 1970 Economic Report of the President. March 

25, 1970. (H. Report 91-972.) 143 p. 
The 1970 Economic Report of the President: 
[471] Part 1. Hearings, February 15, 17, 18, and 19, 1970. 281 p. 
[472] Part 2. Hearings, February 23, 24, and 25, 1970. 201 p. 
[473] Part 3. Invited Comments. 195 p. 
[474] Air Force A-7D Brake Problem. Hearing before the Subcommittee on 

Economy in Government, August 13, 1969. 320 p. 
A Foreign Economic Policy for the 1970's. Hearings before the Subcommittee 

on Foreign Economic Policy: 
[475] Part 1. Survey of the Issues. Hearings, December 2, 3, and 4, 1969. 159 p. 
[476] Part 2. Trade Policy Toward Developed Countries. Hearings, March 

16, 17, 18, and 19, 1970. 
[477] Part 3. U.S. Policies Toward Developing Countries. Hearings, May 13, 

14, 18, and 19, 1970. 287 p. 
[478] Part 4. The Multinational Corporation and International Investment. 

Hearings, July 27, 28, 29, and 30, 1970. 214 p. 
[479] Part 5. U.S. Foreign Trade: The Internal and External Adjustment 

Mechanisms. Hearings, September 29, 30, and October 1, 1970. 148 p. 
[513] Part 6. East- West Economic Relations. Hearings, December 7, 8, and 9, 

1970. 157 p. 

[480] Economic Policies and Practices. Paper No. 12. The Euro-Dollar ^Fork^^ and 
Its Public Policy Implications. Materials prepared for the Joint Eco- 
nomic Committee. February 25, 1970. 39 p. 



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[1M] Hous\ ig Development and Urban Planning: Tfu Policies and Progrwms of Four 
Countries. Report of the Subcommittee on Urban Affairs, March 24 
1970. 30 p. 

[482] Th> Diem seal of A Fitzgerald by the Department of 1)< /. m < . Searings 

before the Subcommittee on Economy in Government, November 17 
and 18, L969. 216 p. 

[483] Economic Developments in Countries of Eastern Europe. A compendium of 
papers submitted to the Subcommittee on Foreign Economic Policy 
April 23, 1970. 634 p. 

[484] Thrift Institution Development in Latin America. A staff study prepared for 
the use of the Subcommittee on Inter-American Economic Relation- 
ships, June 4, 1970. 92 p. 
The A on of Weapons Systems. Hearings before the Subcommitto 

on i Iconomy in < rovernment : 

[485] Pari 1. Hearings, December 29, 30, and 31, 1969. 279 p. 

| 186] Part 2. Hearings, May 20, 21, and 2:5, l'.iTi). 289 p. 

tmeni Policies of Pension Funds. Hearings before the Subcommittee 
on Fiscal Policy. April 27, 28, 29, and 30, 1970. 250 p. 

[493] The Economy, Energy, and the Environment. A background study prepared 
by the Legislative Reference Service. Library of Congress, September 1, 
L970. 131 p. 

[104] Economy in Government Property Management— F } rocurement of Data Process- 
ing Equipment. Hearings before the Subcommittee on Economy in 
Government, July 1, 1970. 348 p. 

[495] /.'■ Government: Automatic Data Processing Equipment. Report of 

the Subcommittee on Priorities and Economy in Government, May 21, 
1971. 18 p. 

[49G] Economic Performance and the Military Burden in the Soviet Union. A com- 
pendium of papers submitted to the Subcommittee on Foreign Economic 
Policy, September is, 1970. 295 p. 
The 1970 Midyear Review of the State of the Economy. Hearings: 

[497] Part 1. Hearings, July 8, 9. and 10, 1970. 170 p. 

[498] Part 2. Hearings, July 1:5, 14, 10, and 17, 1970. 201 p. 

[499] Part 3. Hearings, July 20, 21, 22, 23, and 24, 1970. 292 p. 

Changing National Priorities. Hearings before the Subcommittee on Econ- 
omy in ( rovernment : 

[500] Part 1. Hearings, June 1, 2. 4, and 5, 1970. 2G5 p. 

[501] Part 2. Hearings, June 15, 10, 17, and 18, 1970. 472 p. 

[502] The Federal Criminal Justice System. Hearings before the Subcommittee 
on Economy in Government, September 22, 23, and October 12, 1!)70. 
22 ; p. 
Regional Planning Issues. Hearings before the Subcommittee on Urban 
■ Affair- : 

[503] Part 1. Hearings, October 13, 14, and 15, 1970. 17S p. 

[504] Part 2. Invited Comments. 121 p. 



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Regional Planning Issues. Hearings before the Subcommittee on Urban 

Affairs: 
[505] Part 3. May 11, 12, 13, and 18, 1971. 247 p. 
[506] Part 4. May 19, 20, 25, and 2(5, 1971. 254 p. 
[528] Restoration of Effective Sovereignty To Solve Social Problems. Report of the 

Subcommittee on Urban Affairs. December G, 1971. 22 p. Y4.EC7:S01. 

35 cents. 
[507] Joint Economic Report on the 1971 Economic Re-port of the President. March 30, 

1971. 152 p. (S. Report 92-49.) 
February 1971 Economic Report of the President: 
[50S] Part 1. Hearings, February 5, 9, 17, 18, and 19, 1971. 328 p. 
[509] Part 2. Hearings, February 22, 23, 24, 25, and 26, 1971. 320 p. 
[510] Part 3. Invited Comments. 220 p. 

Economic Prospects and Policies. Hearings: 
[511] Part 1. Hearings, January 22, 25, and 26, 1971. 250 p. 
[512] Part 2. Hearings, January 27, 29, and February 1, 1971. 184 p. 

A Foreign Economics Policy for the 1970's. Hearings before the Subcommittee 

on Foreign Economics Policy. 
[514] Part 7. U.S. Foreign Economic Policy. Hearings, June 24, 25, 28, 29, 

and 30, 1971. 181 p. 
[516] Long-Term Economic Implications of Current Tax and Spending Proposals. 

Hearings before the Subcommittee on Fiscal Policy, May 5, 6, 14, and 

24, 1971. 220 p. 
[517] Action Now To Strengthen the U.S. Dollar. Report of the Subcommittee on 

International Exchange and Payments, August 1971. 19 p. 
[518] The Balance-of -Payments Mess. Hearings before the Subcommittee on 

International Exchange and Payments. June 16, 17, 21, 22, and 23, 

1971. 445 p. 
[519] The 1971 Midi/ear Review of the Economy. Report, August 16, 1971. 31 p. 
[520] The 1971 Midyear Review of the Economy. Hearings, July 7, 8, 20, 21, 22, and 

23, 1971. 278 p. 
[521] Economic Issues in Military Assistance. Hearings before the Subcommittee 

on Economy in Government. January 4, 5, 6, 18, and February 2, 1971. 

435 p. 
The President's New Economic Program. Hearings: 
[522] Part 1. August 19, 20, and 23, 1971. 191 p. 
[523] Part 2. August 30 and 31 ; September 1 and 3, 1971. 179 p. 
[524] Part 3. September 9, 13, and 17, 1971. 137 p. 
[525] Part 4. September 20, 21, 22, and 23, 1971. 275 p. 

Economic Analysis and the Efficiency of Government. Iiearings before the 

Subcommittee on Priorities and Economy in Government : 
[526] Part 6. Economic Incentives to Control Pollution, July 12 and 19, 1971. 

126 p. 
[527] Report on Crude Oil and Gasoline Price Increases of November 1970: A Back- 
ground Study. November 3, 1971. 102 p. 
The Economics of National Priorities. Hearings before the Subcommittee on 

Priorities and Economy in Government: 
[529] Part 1. Hearings, June 1, 2, and 4, 1971. 325 p. 
[530] Part 2. Hearings, August 9, 10, and 11, 1971. 159 p. 
[531] The Economics of Federal Subsidy Programs. A Staff Study prepared for the 

use of the Joint Economic Committee. January 11, 1972. 222 p. 
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[533] Part 2 Bearings, October 8 and 27, November 5, and December 3. 1971; 

and January 7, I 972. 223 p. Sec [548 and 549]. 
The Acquisition of Weapons Systems. 1 1 carina; before the Subcommitt< 
Priorities and Economy in Government : 

[534] Pan 3. Bearings, April 28 and 29, 1971. 416 p. 

[535] Part 4. Hearings. May24and25, 1971. 132 p. 

[536] The Economics of Recycling Waste Materials. Bearings before the Subcom- 
mittee on fiscal Policy, November 8 and 9, 1971. 198 p. 

[537] Phase II of tin I' Veic Economic Program. Bearings, November 18 

and 20, 1971. 78 p. 

[538] Oil Prices and Phase II. Bearings before the Subcommittee on Priorities and 
Economy in Government, January 10, 11, and 12, 1972. 349 p. 

[539] The inflation Process in the I '/tiled States. A Study Prepared for the use of the 
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[540] The Joint Economic Report on the 1072 Economic Report of the President. 
March 23, 1972. 159 p. (S. Report 92-708). GO cents. 
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[541] Part 1. Bearings, February 7, 8, and 9, 1972. 224 p. 

[542] Part 2. Bearings, February 15, 10, and 17, 1972. 240 p. 

[543] Part 3. Bearings, February 18, 22, and 23, 1972. 227 p. 

[544] Part 4. Bearings. February 24, 25, 28, and 29, 1972. 208 p. 

[545] Part 5. Invited Comments. 104 p. 

[546] The American Distribution of I //come: A Structural Problem. A Study prepared 
for the tise of the Joint Economic Committee. March 17, 1972. 50 p. 

[147] The Value Added Tax. Hearings before the Joint Economic Committee, 
March 21, 22, 23, and 24, 1972. 221 p. 
Current Labor Market Developments. Hearings before the Joint Economic 
Committee. See [532 and 533]: 

[548] Part 3. February 3, March 3, April 7, and June 2, 1972. 248 p. 

[549] Part 4. Julv 7, August 4, September 1, October 6, November 3, December 
8, 1972 and January 5, 1973. 544 p. 

[550] The Economics of Federal Subsidy Programs. Hearings before the Subcom- 
mittee on Priorities and Economy in Government, January 13, 14, and 
17, 1972. 211 p. 
The Economics of Federal Subsidy Programs. A Compendium of papers 
submitted to the Joint Economic Committee: 

[551] Part 1. General Study Papers. May 8, 1972. 155 p. 

[552] Part 2. International Subsidies. June 11, 1972. 88 p. 

|553] Part 3. Tax Subsidies. July 15, 1972. 164 p. 

[554] Part 4. Higher Education and Manpower Subsidies. August 28, 1972. 
172 p. 

\:^:A Part 5. Housing Subsidies. October 9, 1972. 144 p. 

[556] Part 0. Transportation Subsidies. February 20, 1973. 154 p. 

[557] Part 7. Agriculture Subsidies. April 30, 1973. 122 p. 

Problems in Administration of Public Welfare Programs. Hearings before the 
Subcommittee on Fiscal Policy: 

[558] Part 1. March 20, April 11, 12, and 13, 1972. 400 p. 

[559] Part 2. May 3, 4, and 5, 1972. 452 p. 

[560] Part 3. June 0, 7, and 8, 1972. 488 p. 

[501] Studies in Public Welfare. Paper No. 1. Public Income Transfer Programs. 
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[562] Studies in Public Welfare. Paper No. 2. Handbook of Public Income Trans- 
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$2.60. 

[563] Studies in Public Welfare. Paper No. 3. The Effectiveness of Manpower 
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[565] Studies in Public Welfare. Paper No. 5 (Part 1). Issues in Welfare Admin- 
istration: Welfare — An Administration Nightmare. A staff study 
prepared for the use of the Subcommittee on Fiscal Policy. Decemb< r 
31, 1972. 56 p. Y4.EC7:W45/Paper No. 5/Pt. 1. 50 cents. 

[566] Studies in Public Welfare. Paper No. 5 (Pan 2). Issues in Welfare Admin- 
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for the use of the Subcommittee on Fiscal Policy. March 12, 1!)7:;. 
136 p. Y4.EC7:W45 Paper No. 5 Pt. 2. $1.25. 

[567] Studies in Public Welfare. Paper No. 5 (Part 3). Issues in Welfare Admin- 
istration: Implications of the Income Maintenance-Experiments. A 
volume of studies prepared for the use of the Subcommittee on Fiscal 
Policy. March 12, 1973. 120 p. 

[568] Studies in Public Welfare. Paper No. 6. How Public Welfare Benefits are 
Distributed in Low-Income Area-. A staff study prepared for tl. 
of the Subcommittee on Fiscal Policy, March 26, 1973. 156 p. Y4.p]C7: 
W45/Paper No. 0. $2.10; 

[569] Review of Phase II of the New Economic Program. Hearings before the Joint 
Economic Committee. April 14, 18, 19, 20, 21 and 24, 1972. 432 p. 

[570] Improving National Productivity. Hearings before tin' Subcommittee on 
Priorities and Economy in Government. April 25, 26, and. 27, 1972. 
260 p. 

[571] American. Productivity: Key to Economic Strength and National. Survival. 
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[5/2] Measuring ami Enhancing Productivity in the Federal Sector. A study pre- 
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147 p. 

['>>■'>} Price and Wage Control: An Interim Report. Report of the Joint Economic 
Committee. May 22, 1972. 32 p. 

[574] People's Republic of China: An Economic Assessment. A compendium of 
papers submitted to the Joint Economic Committee. May 18, 1972. 
390 p. 

[575] Economic Developments in Mainland China. Hearings before the Joint 
Economic Committee. June 13, 14, and 15, 1972. 152 p. 

[576] The Acquisition of Weapons Systems. Part 5. Hearings before the Subcom- 
mittee on Priorities and Economy in Government. September 28 and 
29, 1971, and March 27, 28, and 29, 1972. 424 p. 

[577] National Priorities— The Next Five Years. Herings before the Subcommittee 
on Priorities and Economy in Government. May 30 and 31, June 1, 
16, and 27, 1972. 440 p. 

[578] Natural Gas Regulation and the Trans-Alaska Pipeline, Hearings before the 
Joint Economic Committee. June 7, 8, 9, and 22, 1972. 464 p. 

[579] Tax Subsidies and Tax Reform. Hearings before tin- .Joint Economie Com- 
mittee. July 19, 20. and 21, 1972. 300 p. 

[580] The 1972 Midi/car Review of the Economy. Hearings before the Joint Economic 
Committee. July 24, 25, 26, and 27, 1972. 200 p. 

[~>s\] The 1972 Midyear Review of the Economy. Report. Augusl 28, 1972. 40 p. 

[582] Gold and the Central Bank Swap Network. Hearings before the Subcommittee 
on International Exchange and Payments. September 11, 13, and 15, 
1972. 205 i). 

[583] Gold, SDR'sand Central Bank Swaps. Report (A' the Subcommittee on Inter- 
national Exchange and Payments. November 18, 1972. 16 p. 

[584] Open-Ended Federal Matching of State Social Servia Expenditures Authorized 
Under the Public Assistance Titles of the Social Security Ad. Hearings 
before the Subcommittee on Fiscal Policy. September 12, 13, and 14, 
1972. 300 p. 

[5s5J Reducing Unemployment (a 2 Percent. Hearings before the Joint Economic 
Committee. October 17, 18, and 20, L972. 152 p. 
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[586] Pari 1. November 13, U. and 15, L972. 236 p, 

[587] Pan 2. Studies of Selected Aspects. 212 p. 

l~' sv ] Price ami Wage Control: Evaluation of a Year's Experience. Report. J) 

ber M. 1972. 28 p. 
[5S9] Observations on Bast-west Eeomonic Relations: U.S.S.R. and Poland. A trip 

report, November-December 1972. February Hi, 197:J. 80 p. 1T4.EC7: 

QN3/2. 90 cents. 
[590] Housing Subsidies and Housing Policies. Hearing-; before the Subcommittee 

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432 p. Y4.KC7:IIN1 3. $3.10. 
[591] Housing Subsidies and Housing Policy. Report of the Subcommitt 

Priorities and Economy in Government. March 5, \\)T.\. 36 j). 
[592] Benefit-Cost Analyses of Federal Programs. A compendium of papers sub- 
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January 2, 197:5. 270 p. Y4.EC7:B43. $2.:)."). 
[593] The Supersonic Transport. Hearings before the Subcommittee on Priorities 

and Economy in Government. December 27 and 28, 1972. 241 p. Y4.EC7: 

SU7/2. $2.65. 
[594] Federal Transportation Policy: The SST Again. Teport of the Subcommittee 

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[596] Part 1. February 6, 7, 8, and 12, 1973. 280 p. Y4.EC7: EC7/2/973/pt. 
1. $2.55. 

[597] Part 2. February 13, 14. 20, 22, and 23, 1973. 280 p. Y4EC7: EC7/2/973/ 
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[598] Part 3. Invited Comments. 204 p. Y4.EC7: EC7/2/973/pt. 3. $1. 50 
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[599] A Proposal for Achieving Balanced National Growth and Development. A 
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[600] A New Initiative to Liberalize International Trade. Report of the Sub- 
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[601] Soviet Economic Prospects for the Seventies. A compendium of papers sub- 
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[602] Studies in Public Welfare. Paper No. 7. Issues in the Coordination of Public 
Welfare Programs. A volume of studies prepared for the use of the 
Subcommittee on Fiscal Policy. July 2, 1973. 254 p. Y4.EC7:W45/7. 
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[603] Studies in Public Welfare. Paper No. 8. Income-Tested Social Benefits in New 
York: Adequacy, Incentives, and Equity. A volume of studies prepared 
for the use of the Subcommittee on Fiscal Policy. Julv 8, 1973. 168 p. 
Y4.EC7:\V45 Paper 8. $1.50. 

[604] Studies in Public Welfare. Additional Material for Paper No. 6: How Public 
Welfare Benefits are Distributed in Low-Income Areas. A study prepared 
for the use of the Subcommittee on Fiscal Policy. August 6, 1973. 124 p. 

[605] Studies in Public Welfare. Paper No. 9 {Part 1). Concepts in Welfare Program 
Design. A volume of studies prepared for the use of the Subcommittee 
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[606] jHow Well Are Fluctuating Exchange Rates Working? Report of the Sub- 
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5270-01938. 

[607] f Consumer Related Budget Cuts. Hearings before the Subcommittee on 
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[608] jFederal Statistical Programs. Hearings before the Subcommittee on Prior- 
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[609] ]The Acquisition of Weapons Systems. Part 6. Hearings before the - 

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[610] ^ Medical Policies a>><l Costs. Hearings before the Subcommittee on Con- 
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[611] ^Lowering the Permanent Rate of Unemploymei '. A study prepared for the 
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[612] j The Gasoline and Fuel Oil Shortage. Hearings before the Subcommitl 

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[613] § . to. The New Supplemental Secfirity 

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October 7, 1973. 456 p. $3.25. 5270 02009. 
[014] t Hon Well arc Fluctuating Exchange Rates Working' Hearings before the 

Subcommittee on International Economics. June 20, 21, 26, and 27, 

1973.224 p. $1.75. 5270 02020. 
[615] \Executwi Compensation Rules. Searing before the Subcommittee on Pri- 
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[616] Public Welfare. Paper No. 11. The Labor Market Impacts of the 

Private Retirement System. A study prepared for the use of the Sub- 
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[617] Velfare. Paper No. tt Pa I I). The' Family. Poveri 

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[618] 5 . Paper No. 12 (Part II). The Family, Poverty, and 

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[620] f Studies in Public Welfare. Paper Xo. l/ 4 . Public Welfare and Work Ivc( I 

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Economic Problems of Women. Hearings before the Joint Economic 
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10211 Part 1. July 10, 11, and 12, 1973. 224 p. -SI. 75. 5270-02051. 
[622] Part 2. July 24, 25. 20, and 30, 1973. 228 p. si. CO. 02072. 
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[024] f The Cost of Living. Hearings before the Subcommittee on Consumer 

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5270-02094. 
[025] f Potential Heatinq Oil Shortages. Hearings before the Subcommittee on 

Consumer Economics. September 18 and 20, 1973. 220 p. $1.65. 5270- 

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[020] Energy Conservation. Hearing before the Subcommittee on Consumer 

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[G27] i -The Energy Outlook for the 1980's. A study prepared for the use of the 

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[628] f Soviet Economic Outlook. Hearings before the Joint Economic Committee. 

July 17. 18, and 19, 1973. 276 p. $2.10. 5270-02154. 
[629] t Making Floating Part of a Reformed Mo)tctary System. Report of the 

Subcommittee on International Economics. January 9, 1974. 20 p. 

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[030]"-*-r^r 1975 Budget: An Advance Look. A staff study prepared for the use 

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[631] \Food and Other Consumt r Price Increases. Hearings before the Subcommittee 

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[032] fThe 1973 Midyear Review of the Economy. Hearings before the Joint 

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and 1 S. 197:?. 400 p. $2.65. 5270-02205. 
[633] f Economic Impact of Petroleum Shortages. Hearings before the Subcommittee 

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[035] ] Inflation and the Consumer in 1973. A staff study prepared for the use of the 
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036] \A Reappraisal of U.S. Energy Policy. Report of the Subcommittee- on 
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[637] f International Monetary Reform. Joint hearings before the Subcommittee on 
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[638] ] Federal Producitivity. Hearings before the Subcommittee on Priorities and 
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[039] ^Resource Scarcity, Economic Growth, and the Environment. Hearings before 
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5270-02386. $1.60. 

[640] \The 1071+ Joint Economic Report. Report of the Joint Economic Committee 
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[646] fThe Acquisition of Weapons Systems. Part 7. Hearings before tin Subcom- 
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[6481 ^Allocation of Resources in the Soviet Union and China. Hearing before the 

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[649] J The Economics of Federal Subsidy Programs. Part S. Selected Si 

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[650] ^Federal Subsidy Programs. A staff study prepared for the use of the Sub- 
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[651] jGasoline Distribution. Hearings before the Subcommittee on Consumer 

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[652] f Reorientation and Commercial Relations of the Economics of Eastern A' 

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[653] \ Employment-Unemployment. Part 1. Hearings before the Subcommittee ^n\ 

Priorities and Economy in Government. February 1, March 8, April 5, 

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[655] Studies in Public W( fare, Paper \<>. 15. Welfare in the 1970?*: A National 
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[656] \E - . Hearings before the Subcommittee on Priorities and 

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[657] Gas and i , Hearing before the Subcommittee on Consumer 

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[660] ihn leans: Recommendations of the Public W 

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[661] f Studies in Public : Paper No. 16. A Model Income Supplement Bill. 

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[664] f National Priorities and Federal Research and Development Programs. Hear- 
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[665] fLong-Term Economic Growth. Hearings before the Subcommittee on Eco- 
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[666] fThe 1976 Current Services Budget. A staff study prepared for the use of the 
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[667] \Food Retailing an 1 Processing Practices. Hearing before the Subcommittee, 
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[668] jOutlook for Prices ajtd Supplies of Industrial Raw Materials. Hearings, 
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[669] f Employment-Unemployment. Part 2. Hearings before the Subcommittee 
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[670] The FEA and Competition in the Oil Industry. Hearing before the Subcom- 
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[071] f Examination of the Economic Situation and Outlook. Hearings before the 
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[072] ^Productivity in Urban Transportation. Bearings before the Subcommittee 
on Urban Affairs. April 8 and 29, May 6 and 13, and July 3, 1974. 
272 p. 

[673] Studies in Public Welfare. Paper No. 18. Issues in Financing Retirement 
Income. A volume of studies prepared for the use of the Subcommittee 
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Economic-. A.ugus1 L6, L974. 52 p. 
[675] ^Studies in Public Welare. Paper No. 19. Public Employment and Wage 
Subsidies. \ volume of studies prepared for the use of the Subcom- 
mittee on Fiscal Policy. December 30, L974. L 72 p. Stock No. 052 070- 
02755. $1.75. 
[701] Studies in Public Welfare. Paper No. 20. Handbook of Public Encome Trans- 
fer Programs: 1975. A. Staff Study of the Subcommittee on Fiscal Pol- 
icy, December 31, 1974, 361 p. GPO Stock No. 052-070 02861 i. 
$3.25. 
[67S] ^Inflation Outlook. H< r ore the Join! Economic Committee. (Pur- 

ttoS. Con Ri ptember26, 1974. 45 p. Stock No. 052 070- 

02800. 70 cents. 
[679] j Kissinger-Simon /' wing Oil Imp is. Hearings before the 

Joint Economic Committee. (Pursuanl to S. Con i: November 

25, 27, mid 29. 1974. 109 p. Stock No. 052 -070 02807. $1.30. 
[687] ^Federal Contract Compliance Activities. Hearings before the Sir- 
on Fiscal Pol, - mber 11, and 12, 1974. 100 p. GPO Stock No.: 
Y4EC7:C73 2.S1.30. 
[689] | President's Ford's Economic Proposals. Hearings before the Joint Economic 
Committee. (Pursuanl to S. Con. Res. 93), October 11, 16, and 18, 
1974. 132 p. GPO Stock No.: Y4EC7:P92/3. $1.50. 
[G90] Financial and Capacity Needs. Hearings before the .Joint Economic Com- 
mittee. (Pursuant to S. Con. Res. 93) October 1, 2, 3, and 10, 1974. 
213 p. GPO Stock No.: Y4EC7:F49. $2.20. 
[G97] \The Economic Impact of Environmental Regulations. Hearings before the 
Joint Economic Committee (Pursuant to S. Con. Res. 93) November 
19, 21, and 22, 1974. 227 p. GPO Stock No.: 052-070-03026-7, $2.15. 
[70G] J The Public Utility Industry. Hearing before the Joint Economic Committee. 

December 4, 1974. 246 p. GPO Stock No.: 052-070-03068-2. $2.30. 
[707] f Recent Developments in U.S. Energy Policy. Hearing before the Joint Eco- 
nomic Committee. December 5, 1974. 21 p. GPO Stock No.: 052- 
070-03041-3. 75 cents. 
[70S] jFood Chain Pricing Activities. Hearings before the Joint Economic Com- 
mittee, December 9, 12, 16, and 17, 1974. 207 p. GPO Stock No.: 
052-070-03070-4. $2.00. 



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[676] \ Credit Flows and Interest Costs. A study prepared fur the use of the S 
committee on Economic Progress. 'Pur-uan! to S. Con. Et< 
March 17. L975. los p. Cat. X... Y4EC7:C86/5. Stock X... 052 070- 
027M. $1.25. 

[077] f Employment-Unemployment. Port 3. Hearings before the Subcommittee 
"ii Priorities and Economy in Government. November 1 and Decem- 
ber 6, 1974, and January 3, 1975. 136 p. Cat. X... Y4E( 7:EM7/12 Pt. 
Stock X... 052-070-02780. $1.50. 

[GS0] \The 1975 Joint Econon Report. Report of tin Joint Economic Committee 
on the February 1975 Economic Report of the President. March 26, 
197.K 152 J). (S. Rept. 94-01.) 
The 1976 Economic Report of th President. Hearings before the Joinl 
Domic Committee, 1 328 p. : 

[681] fPart 1. January 23, 28, 29, and 31, 1975. 052 070 03041 
fPart 2. February :>. 6, 7. and 14. 197."). 

■ bruary 19, 26, 27, and 28, 1975. 

[684] fPart 4. March 5, 12. 13, L975. 
tPart 5. Invited Comments. 

[686] \Tht Equal Opportunity Program for Federal Nonconstruction Contractors Cm 
Bi Improved. Study prepared for the Subcommittee on Fiscal Policy. 
May."), 1975. 89 p. 
\ Inflationary Impact of Pricing by Concentrated Industries. Hearings before 
the Joint Economic Committee. (Pursuant to S. Con. Res. 93), Septem- 
ber 4 and 9, and October 7, 1974. 2.").") p. GPO Stock No.: Y4l.< 7: 
IN3/7.$2.35. 

[691] \Studies in Price Stability and Economic Growth. Paper No. 1, Inflation and 
the Consumer in 1974. A Study Prepared for the use "f tin 1 Joint 
Economic Committee. (Pursuant to S. Con. Res. 93) February 10, 
197."). 16 p. CPO Stock No.: 052-070-02754. 40 cent^. 

[092] ^Studies in Price Stability and Economic Growth. Paper Xo 2 — Economic 
Policy and Inflation in the U.S.: A survey of developments from the 
enactment of the employment act of 1940 through 1974. A study 
prepared for the Joint Economic Committee. (Pursuant to S. Con. 
Res. 93) April 7, 197."). GPO Stock Xo. : 07)2-070-02808-4. $1.25. 

[693] Studies in Price Stability and Economic Growth. Papers Xo. 3 and 4. Inter- 
nationa] Aspects of Recent Inflation. (Pursuant to S. Con. Re.-. 93) 
August 5, 197.".. 61 p. GPO Stock No.: 052-070-03029. 80. cents. 

[694] \ Studies in Price Stability and Economic Growth. Paper No. 5. Food Prices 
in 1977). A Study prepared for the Joint Economic Committee. (Pur- 
suant to S. Con. Res. 93) July 18, 197."). $.10. GPO Stock No.: 052- 
070-03007-1. 30 cents. 

[695] ] Studies in Price Stability and Economic Growth. Papers Xo. and 7. The 
Impact of Inflation on the Full Employment Budget. (Pursuant to 
S. Con. Res. 93) June 30, 197.") (Revised July 30, 1975) 41 p. GPO 
Stock No.: 052 070-02990. 65 cents. 

[696] \Employment-Unemployment. Hearings before the Joint Economic Commit- 
tee. February 7, March 7, April 4, May 2, 1975. Pages 505 to 755. 
GPO Stock Xo.: 052 070 02894. $1.90. 

[698] International Monetary Reform and Exchange Rate Management. Joint 
Hearings before the Subcommittee on International Trade of the 
House Banking Committee and the Subcommittee on International 
Economics of the J. E.G. July 17, 18, and 21, 1975. 236 p. 

[099] f Exchange Rale Policy and International Monetary Reform. Joint Report of 
the Subcommittee on International Trade of the House Banking Com- 
mittee and the Subcommittee on International Economics of the J.E.C. 
August 1975. 11 p. 



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[700] China: A Reassessment of the Economy. A Compendium of Papers submitted 
to the J. E.G. July 10, L975. 7:57 p. GPO Stock No. 052 070 02995 i. 
$5.95. 

[703] 1[The State Department's Oil Floor Price Proposal: Should Congress Endorst 
Itf Report of the Subcommittee on Enternational Economics. June 27 
107."). 14 p. GPO Slock No. 052- 070 02994 3. 35 cents. 

[702] 1[ Impact of Russian Grain Purchases on Retail Food and Farm Prices and 
Farm Income in the 1975 Crop Year. A Study prepared for the Joinl 
Economic Committee. September 29, L975. 8 p. GPO Stock \ () . 052 
070-02885-8. 30 cuts. 

704] \]Tcc hnology, Economic Growth, and International Competitiveness. A Reporl 
prepared for the Subcommittee on Economic Growth, by Robert 
Gilpin. July 9, 1075. 87 p. GPO Stock No. 052-070-030046. $1.10. 

[705] ■ Toward a National Growth Policy: Federal and Slate Developments in 1 

Report prepared for the use of the Joint Economic Committee. Sep- 
tember 17. L975. 350 p. (IPO Stock No. 052-070-03080- 1. -S3. 20. 

[709]' '^Review of Economic Situation. Hearing before the .Joint Economic Com- 
mittee. January 6, 1075. 30 p. GPO Stock No. 052-070-03069-1. 45 
cents. 

[710] f Achieving the Goals of the Employment Act of 1946 — Thirtieth Anniversary. 
Review — Volume 1 — Employment — Paper No. 1 — On Giving a Job: The 
Implementation and Allocation of Public Service Employment. A study 
prepared for the use of the Subcommittee on Economic Growth. 
August 25, 1075. 26 p. GPO Stock No. 052-070-03040-6. 45 cents. 

[711] ^Achieving the Goals of the Employment Act of 1946 — Thirtieth Anniversary 
Review — Volume 2 — Energy — Paper No. 1 — Oil Profits, Prices, and 
Capital Requirements. A study prepared for the use of the Subcom- 
mittee on Energy. September 26, 1975. 35 p. GPO Stock No. 052- 
070-02884-0. 65 cents. 

[712] | Employment Problems of Women, Minorities and Youth. Hearings before 
the Subcommittee on Economic Growth. July 7 and 8, 1975. 64 p. 

[713] \The 1975 Midyear Review of the Economy. Report of the Joint Economic 
Committee. October 1, 1975. 93 p. GPO Stock No. 052-071-000456-4. 
85 cents. 

[714] Allocation of Resources in the Soviet I r nion and China — 1975. Part 1. Hearings 
before the Subcommittee on Priorities and Economy in Government, 
Executive Sessions. June 18 and July 21, 1975. 177 p. GPO Stock 
No. 052-070-c2905-6. $1.90. 

[715] New York City's Financial Crisis. A study prepared for the use of the Joint 
Economic Committee November 3, 1975. 73 p. GPO Stock No. 052- 
070-02949-8. $1.20. 

[716] Private Sector Credit Availability. Hearing before the Joint Economic 
Committee. July 17, 1975. 45 p. 

[717] Labor-Market Policies for full Employment. Hearings before the Subcom- 
mittee on Economic Growth. May 12 and 13, and June 3, 1975. 100 p. 
GPO Stock No. NFS. 

[718] Adequacy of U.S. Oil and Gas Reserves. Hearing before the Joint Economic 
Committee, February 25, 1975. 79 p. GPO Stock No. 052-070-02911-1. 
90 cents. 

[710] The International Monetary Situation and the Administrations Oil Floor 
Price Proposal. Hearings before the Subcommittee on International 
Economics. March 24 and April 28, 1975. 86 p. GPO Stock No. 052- 
070-02910-2. $1.05. 

[720] Reappraisal of Project Independence Blueprint, Hearing before the Joint 
Economic Committee. March 18, 1975. 120 p. GPO Stock No. 052 
070-02925-1. $1.40. 

[721] Pollsters Report on American Consumers and Businessmen. Hearing before 
the Joint Economic Committee. Part 1. Prepared Statements. October 
30, 1975. 131 p. GPO Stock No. 052-070-02931-5. $1.50. 

[723] Impact of Federal Estate and Gift Taxes on Small Businessmen and Farmers. 
Joint Hearing before the Select Committee on Small Business and the 
Joint Economic Committee. August 26, 1975. 135 p. GPO Stock No. 
052-070-02943-9. $1.55. 



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[724] Tht Proposed IMF Agreement on Cold. I Subcommitto 

International Economics. December 17. 1 * * 7 ."» . J7 p. GPO Stock No. 

052-070 03134 \. 40 cents. 
[72.")] Th< Current Fiscal Position ofStati and Local Governments. A. study prepared 

for the use of the Subcommittee on Urban Afl . i • mber 17, 1 * * 7 r> . 

2] p. GPO Stock No. 052-070-03131 0. 45 cents. 
[726] Ai Eco omic Evaluation of tht Current Services Budget, Fiscal Year 1977. 

A staff reporl prepared for the use of the .Joint Economic Committee. 

mber 22, L975. 47 p. GPO Stock No. 052 070 03141 7. 70 cents. 

[727] Tht '• nent Problem. Hearing before the Joint Economic Committee. 

March L9, L975. 51 p. GPO Stuck No. 052 * >7* > 03129-8. 70 cents. 
[728] General ft Sharing Program. Hearing before the Subcommitfc 

Fiscal Policy. June 24 and 2."), 1975. 100 p. GPO Stock No. 052-070- 

03126-3. $1.30. 
[729] Tin Agricultural Situation. Hearings before the Joint Economic Committee. 

April 11 and 25, L975. L93 p. GPO Stock No. 052-070-03130-1. $1.95. 
[730] ] Financial Aspects of the Budget Deficit. Hearing before the Joint Economic 

Committee, April 24, 1975.65 p. GPO Stock No. 052-07O-O3127-1. 
tits. 
[731] \The Economic Situation. Hearing before the Joint Economic Committee, 

May 2, 1975. 33 p. GPO Stock No. 052-070-03128-0. 50 cents. 
[ ] fEmployment Act of 1040, as Amended, with Related Laws (Annotated) and 

Rules of the Joint Economic Committee. April 14, 197."). 16 p. 
[ ] Economic* Indicators. A monthly publication of the Congress under Public 

Law 120, 81st Congress, 1st session. Issued monthly. Available from the 

Government Printing Office at 55 cents a copy, $G..50 per year; $1.75 

additional for Foreign mailing. 



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